How to Leverage M365 to Enhance Regulatory Compliance and Mitigate Collaboration Risk
Learn how to mitigate collaboration risk, enhance regulatory Compliance (APRA) all while maximising ROI on your M365 investment.
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Duration: 1 Hour
Principal Consultant, AvePoint
Darryl ClarkPrincipal Consultant, AvePoint
Darryl Clark is a Director of Solution Engineer with more than 10 years of experience consulting in the IT industry. With the past 8 years specialising in SharePoint, Darryl is a design and delivery lead in the Office 365 space with experience designing solutions, leading projects, and developing and managing long-term relationships with clients. He possesses both technical and business analysis skills allowing him to engage with a wide variety of stakeholders. With a passion for delivering high-quality outcomes that provide value for customers, Darryl will always drive his team to produce their best work for their client.
Modern Workplace and Security Practice Lead, Eighty20 Solutions
Neil GriffithsModern Workplace and Security Practice Lead, Eighty20 Solutions
Neil is a seasoned Senior Modern Workplace Lead who has delivered and managed a high number of Workplace solutions and Products over a span of 30+ years for some of the largest companies in Australia.
Neil's experience covers both the customer and the partner managing IT services, acquiring extensive experience and knowledge managing expectations with stakeholders, delivering Customer Centric Services that are cost effective and providing a balance between user experience and security.
Neil has managed many Digital Transformations and Managed Services, managing multi-year contracts that focus on partnering to deliver services that evolve over time enabling the move to the Future of the Workplace model.
Enterprise Channel Manager, Microsoft
Scott LewisEnterprise Channel Manager, Microsoft
Australian FSI Organisations Need to Proactively Address Information Management Compliance.
As any financial services organisation is aware, the collection, storage, access, usage, and disposal of information is a breeding ground of risk. And as we have seen in recent times, data has become one of the biggest risks facing financial institutions from both a disciplinary and reputational risk perspective.
Organisations need to leverage a repeatable and mathematical approach to risk management. Using such an approach to quantify and mitigate risk demonstrates intentional corporate action to deal responsibly with risk, which can soften the hard edge of legal and regulatory action.
In this webinar, our panellists will discuss proven strategies that can help financial institutions mitigate the risk of data loss, secure collaboration, enhanced auditability, and accelerate technology adoption through automated service delivery.
This will be a session of thought leadership from two Microsoft Gold Partners who have significant experience supporting Financial Services customers in Australia to meet regulatory requirements such as compliance with Prudential Standard CPS 234.