2015 June

Description: In this episode of Security Talk, a special guest joins Jon and Greg to talk about ransomware and how to avoid it.

Jon Washburn
, the National Manager of Technical Operations at Stoel Rives LLP, also serves as the firm's acting Security Officer. He has spent the last 20 years in information technology, championing security projects in the legal industry for over 10 years. Jon is a member of ILTA's LegalSEC Council, volunteers his time with the Washington County (OR) Sheriff's Office on public safety projects and serves as a board member of the WCSO Foundation. He is happily married (with one adopted cat), and spends as much of his free time as possible on the beautiful Oregon coast.

Gregory Hunts, the Enterprise Applications Administrator at Stoel Rives LLP, has been working in the computer industry for 30 years. He has been with the firm for nearly 24 years, holding several different positions during that time. Greg is interested in just about everything related to computer technology, including human-computer interfaces, AI, cloud computing and manipulating Linux and open source software. When he is not working, he enjoys golfing with his wife, hiking in the great Northwest with their dog and pretending to manage a farm in La Center, Washington.

Join us for a series of discussions examining various aspects of Office 365, its applicability to ILTA membership and strategies for incorporating it into your work environment. This session will focus on Exchange online.

Moderator: Tim Hooks, IT Director at American Municipal Power, Inc.

Speaker: Larry Kuhn, an Account Technology Stategist at Microsoft, joined the company as an enterprise consultant in 2001. As a consultant, he helped numerous global enterprise customers plan, design and deploy solutions based on SharePoint and .NET technologies. In his current role as a Technology Strategist, Larry assists his customers with solving their business challenges and seizing market opportunities using Microsoft-based solutions. With over 25 years of experience in the software industry, his experience spans areas of end-user productivity, application development and project management.

Additional Resources:

Information Rights Management in Exchange Online
Governance and compliance track videos from Ignite Conference
Data loss prevention
Compliance Features in Exchange Online
Office 365 Trust Center
Exchange Online Protection features
CodeTwo product that works with Office 365
Exclaimer now supports Office 365
Exchange - Transport Rules, Disclaimers-based approach for centralized auto signatures
Email Migration to Office 365: Behind the Scenes with the Migration Velocity Team
The Exchange Server Deployment Assistant
What you need to know about a staged email migration to Office 365
Migrate multiple email accounts to Office 365

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