Monthly Archives January 2019

Pen Testing Microsoft Services

Two critical links to get you started in understanding the penetration testing opportunity for Microsoft services.

The first describes the unified rules (“Rules of Engagement”) for customers wishing to perform penetration tests against their Microsoft Cloud (defined below) components. What you can do, and how to start.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/msrc/pentest-rules-of-engagement?fbclid=IwAR3P33Gf76GAhD6cdGsJjZHptLvdLIybAVak-INkPZFXPdY6J2NSb2cm4Zs

The second link is part of Office 365 Threat Intelligence services and describes the Attack Simulator which can be used to run realistic attack scenarios in your organization. This can help you identify and find vulnerable users before a real attack impacts your bottom line.

https://docs.microsoft...

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Brilliant free tech session coming up in Newcastle on Jan 16th:

Azure DevTest Labs

Azure DevTest Labs is a service that helps you quickly create environments in Azure while minimizing waste and controlling cost. You can test the latest version of your application by quickly provisioning environments using reusable templates and artifacts, easily integrate it with your deployment pipeline, or create pre-provisioned environments for training and demos.

In this talk, Darren will cover his team’s implementation of Azure Dev Test Labs, some of the good, the bad and the ugly of the solution and some really nice features that can save both Devs and QAs time.

Speaker: Darren Tingle

A Senior QA Engineer at Sage, have tried my hand at Dev, DevOps and Support in previous guises...

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The Deck for (GDPR) SERVICE DEVELOPMENT WITH DATA PROTECTION BY DESIGN AND BY DEFAULT

Here is the PDF for the (GDPR) SERVICE DEVELOPMENT WITH DATA PROTECTION BY DESIGN AND BY DEFAULT dual session.

Hope you enjoyed the sessions (as information heavy as they are).

Privacy by Design – handout

 

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