Hi, my name is Pat Arnold, I am the General Manager of the Microsoft Services’ Cybersecurity Team based in Reston, VA, and I would like to spend a few minutes to introduce you to our new Cybersecurity blog.
The Cybersecurity team focuses exclusively on working closely with customers on advanced topics relating to Cybersecurity, such as:
We have a world class team of consultants and architects with decades of experience working with internal Microsoft development teams, large software developers, global commercial enterprises and local and international Public Sector customers including Local, State and Federal agencies and the Military.
In this blog we aim to provide timely and useful commentary about current cyber-threats, mitigations and observations. Our mantra for each post will be “pragmatic.”
Examples of some upcoming topics include:
We expect to publish at least one post every other week, because we want to keep the posts useful and high quality.
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Interesting and Informative blog. I am looking forward to it.
Looking forward to the blog Pat. I'm right down the road in Ashburn supporting a federal customer. May have some of you all come out at some point.
Hope to meet you guys at some of the events in the Reston Office.
Anxiously awaiting a first post... Lot of security has been occuring, but haven't seen anything here yet.
Well it's two months later and I haven't seen a post. So what does that imply; maybe security is not that important? I was looking forward to some good information particularly with all the new servers being pushed out. Security is important to large and small business regardless if it is premise or cloud based.
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Malsubjects be aware! the cybersecurity experts are onto you! we need more places like this! great job!