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4 ways Microsoft surface can help your organisation build cyber resilience

11 December 2023 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

- Free

As cyberattacks become more frequent and costly, modern organisations are striving to strengthen their security posture. But these days, prevention isn’t enough – businesses must also become cyber resilient with the ability to quickly recover and minimise the fallout from attacks.

A step in the right direction is to make technology choices designed to minimise risks and be resilient.

Join us for a webinar to learn how chip-to-cloud device choice can improve cyber resilience with greater control and proactive protection.

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In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate 4 ways you can help your organisation build cyber resilience:

  • Leverage secure hardware such as a Trusted Platform Module 2.0 (TPM 2.0), Pluton technology, Windows Hello for Business, and more.
  • Secure your firmware by proactively blocking threats through Windows Update for Business.
  • Unlock powerful Windows 11 security that protects against phishing attacks and password leaks, enabled by default.
  • Deploy and manage devices safely by reducing the possibility of attacks and remediate problems before they go too far.

Take the leap from security defence to cyber resilience with Microsoft Surface and ensure that your business, your employees, and your customers’ data stay safe.

This workshop is delivered by the Digital Solutions Program, in partnership with Queensland Computers and Microsoft Surface.

About Geoff Augutis

Meet Geoff Augutis, the forward-thinking Director of Queensland Computers, with a penchant for steering digital transformation in the 21st century. Currently completing a PhD in Technology and Education, Geoff is dedicated to bridging the gap between technology and learning, ensuring that future generations are empowered with the best tools for success. Leading the charge as the Chair of Bundaberg ACS Chapter, Geoff is fully committed to fostering collaboration and innovation in the tech industry, particularly in regional areas. As a Board Member for the ICT Committee at CQUniversity and for the QUT Information Tech Industry Advisory Group, Geoff is actively shaping the tech education landscape, ensuring students receive top-notch training to thrive in this dynamic field. Geoff is an ardent advocate for regional organizations, recognizing the incredible potential they hold. They are at the heart of our collective future, and it’s his mission to provide the support they need to flourish. A passionate and highly motivated individual, Geoff is always drawn to those who share the values of self-worth and company growth. His strong vision for the future drives him to help others develop and articulate their own visions for their organizations. In Geoff’s own words: “As a society, we are on the cusp of phenomenal digital transformation, and I am very privileged to be situated in a company and network to help promote positive change. My passion and focus is on regional organisations as I know so much amazing work happens in the regions and they require support. It is tremendously rewarding to play a role in guiding a company’s decision-making and seeing success as a result. Together, we’re writing the success stories of tomorrow.”