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"cameron burge" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:50 min | 3 years ago

"cameron burge" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Pretty cool site called, hey, dot space. Good domain name, hey, space Hayes. It's been described as if slack and trello got married and had a baby. So project management and messaging, yes, it's kinda like you get the groups in the chat and all that stuff, but then you get aboard with cards and everything and you can interact with them and the chat at the same time. It's kinda neat. Okay, cool. So, yeah, it's kind of simple, but sometimes those tools are released. I've always liked about travel in slack for that matter as well to the basic concepts aren't that complicated which with it is where the death comes from. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. All right. Look at Kobe, hey space. Note, learn Levin talking to us today. Rich commentator show fifteen twenty which we did back in February of this year eighteen where we talked to Cameron. Burge enteric Dowd about security for nonprofits any. No. I think one of the essence of that show is just like, just because you're not for profit or a five, a Wednesday, three charity or anything like that. Doesn't mean you aren't responsible for data security just as much if not more so, yeah, right. No serious responsibilities. Good comments on the show. I wanted to read this one here from Joshua Hiller who said, I know a company whose network was hit by ransomware. Sweet. Talked about that through their HR department opening what they thought was a resume, right? Word doc. Yeah, really. I think we need a new culture of software security that it would make it so that the default for a regular count runs white listed software. Yeah, this is a conversation. I've recently had run as radio, but this idea that normally we do blacklisting where you're allowed on the machine with them. We now aware to remove the stuff. We don't like white list says, here's a list what around the machine. That's it. Right. So the idea that you offered in different count levels that your regular count mode would be white-list only. So you basically can't introduce any new softwares. Equation as opposed to then you have to have an elevated privilege to do anything else, right? Nobility, execute. Any other sort of code without having explicitly approved by the network administrator. However, that won't work with a lot of legacy and even not so legacy software out there, let alone coming up with a way to still have developers be able to develop software. Now this apart where I disagree with Joshua, because there is a pattern for managing all of that that you can Mark legacy software, put it in a white list, go through tools like apple offer to actually protect that. And same thing, you know reason, we have signed code policies where if you're building applications eternally, if you're using this your tickets, that way you can through group Halsey in, you know, put my IT hat on here. Say, hey, if you see this side of that code, let it run. Yeah, so there are solutions all that is just not trivial. Yeah, you know, there's a bunch of steps and thoughts have to go into. I'm sure our guest will have more on that. So Joshua, thank you so much for your comment. A copy co buys on its way to you, and if you'd like coffees dako- by right. A comment. On the website at dot net.

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"cameron burge" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cameron burge" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Moment i will warmer according to show any way which is a month before to will be published uh it's green mid won't be for long but not amount okay anyway it's this i i thought it was a great resource in alex thanks so much for pointed out to us because if that's you know on your mind you what that steady fix we only hit security subjects every month or so right and views these guys are literally tap it every day path path coal so alex thank you so much your commented on iraq smug is on its way to unitewd like a done at roc smug write a column of the website at dynamicautotunecom or via any of our social media because we publish every showed to facebook and google plessey to become a damn read on the show we'll send you a monk and definitely follow us on twitter i'm at carl franklin he's at rich campbell senate's a tweet we only read the hash is trust me they're safe there say all right let's introduce our guest cameron burge tear down rude cameron as the microsoft philanthropies humanitarian response manager has the responsibility for coordinating across the company the provision of resources to external agencies providing humanitarian relief during sudden onset humanitarian disasters as with others on the team he also has a portfolio of other engagement areas with nonprofits to include awareness on data privacy and cybersecurity issues a tarik booed is principal program manager an architect in the azure active directory customers success team terek works closely with customers who are deploying azure eighty identity scenarios to help them design and implement their solutions to their employees or consumers smoothly insecure late he's an eleven year veteran a microsoft ten of them in the identity division welcome guys thank you thank you there were who should we start with camera i i guess i i just like to introduce the topic of the show this is obviously.

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"cameron burge" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cameron burge" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Moment i will warmer according to show any way which is a month before to will be published uh it's green mid won't be for long but not amount okay anyway it's this i i thought it was a great resource in alex thanks so much for pointed out to us because if that's you know on your mind you what that steady fix we only hit security subjects every month or so right and views these guys are literally tap it every day path path coal so alex thank you so much your commented on iraq smug is on its way to unitewd like a done at roc smug write a column of the website at dynamicautotunecom or via any of our social media because we publish every showed to facebook and google plessey to become a damn read on the show we'll send you a monk and definitely follow us on twitter i'm at carl franklin he's at rich campbell senate's a tweet we only read the hash is trust me they're safe there say all right let's introduce our guest cameron burge tear down rude cameron as the microsoft philanthropies humanitarian response manager has the responsibility for coordinating across the company the provision of resources to external agencies providing humanitarian relief during sudden onset humanitarian disasters as with others on the team he also has a portfolio of other engagement areas with nonprofits to include awareness on data privacy and cybersecurity issues a tarik booed is principal program manager an architect in the azure active directory customers success team terek works closely with customers who are deploying azure eighty identity scenarios to help them design and implement their solutions to their employees or consumers smoothly insecure late he's an eleven year veteran a microsoft ten of them in the identity division welcome guys thank you thank you there were who should we start with camera i i guess i i just like to introduce the topic of the show this is obviously.

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