Product Marketing Manager, AvePoint
Hunter WillisProduct Marketing Manager, AvePoint
Hunter Willis is a product marketing manager at AvePoint and the president of the Richmond SharePoint User Group, MSCA O365. He has been in web development, SEO and social media marketing for over a decade, and entered the SharePoint space in 2016. Throughout his career he has developed internal collaboration sites, provided technical and strategic advice, and managed solutions for small to large organizations. Hunter has also served as a strategy consultant for many companies and nonprofits in the Richmond area. Hunter continues to work directly with nonprofits in his spare time.
Vice President, Solution Engineering, AvePoint
Tom GawczynskiVice President, Solution Engineering, AvePoint
As the Vice President of Solution Engineering, Tom Gawczynski enables AvePoint's global customers with software solutions and services to ensure success within their Office 365 and SharePoint deployments. Prior to joining AvePoint in 2015, Tom had been working in IT since 2005 and prior to joining AvePoint was an IT Director for a K-12 school district in Illinois that served 1,100 faculty and staff and 5,600 students. Tom's focus is currently centered on successfully turning on the lights in Office 365 without encountering friction around security and governance needs.
Secure collaboration without slowing it down.
As we approach one year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Microsoft Teams has become the central productivity hub gaining more than 70 million daily active users.
It is an effective and secure platform, but just like any system filled with critical business data, it must be proactively managed to prevent data leaks. And as we have seen in recent events, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of treatment.
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Know where your sensitive data is and who has access to it. Our top Microsoft Teams security and management experts will demonstrate how to mitigate 5 common Microsoft Teams collaboration risks such as:
Unmanaged External Users
Microsoft Teams enables Owners to invite external users by default. However, many organizations don’t have a process in place for ensuring they are removed from Active Directory when the access is no longer required. We’ll walk through approaches to make lingering guests a thing of the past.
Sensitive Data Needle in a Haystack
We will cover how to quickly identify sensitive information in large Teams, SharePoint sites and workspaces that have large memberships and as well as how to prevent this exposure on an ongoing basis.
Overprivileged and Shadow Users
Did you know it's not just the membership of the Team or SharePoint site that can access a document hosted within that workspace? Users can easily provide access and permission to others through document sharing links. We’ll show you how to easily identify these shadow users when your security team asks you, “who has access to this document?”
Anonymous and Organization Wide Sharing Links
You can disable these using native functionality within the Microsoft 365 admin center, but what about cleaning up links that have already been distributed? We will also cover how to focus on widely distributed sharing links for sensitive data.
Teams Sprawl and Configuration Drift
Even if a Team is provisioned according to an organization’s policies, there is nothing stopping a Team Owner from changing those settings in the future. We’ll discuss how you can avoid Teams sprawl and lockdown configuration drift.