Cloud Maker

Understanding Organizational Governance and Best Practices for Control

Course Description

In this second episode of the Security Cloud Maker Series, Shannon Kuehn and Dwayne Natwick discuss the different areas of governance within an organization. They will explore how Azure Policy can be utilized to enforce and audit governance on resources within Azure and hybrid infrastructures. They will also introduce how Azure Security Center can be used as a central source for recommendations on governance and compliance.

About The Author

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Shannon Kuehn

A self-described tinkerer, Shannon worked with technical mentors and colleagues who have helped her develop proficiencies in infrastructure. From her initial roots in help desk, to Windows systems administration, to VMware administration, to Exchange, to Exchange Online/Office 365, and finally Azure, she has carefully combined the right levels of technical prowess to propel her into her role at Microsoft. Shannon is currently a Cloud Advocate on the Enterprise Tools and Platform team, which rolls up to the broader Methods and Practices team. She focuses on evangelizing the Azure VMware Solutions platform as a way to get IT pros comfortable with the cloud.

About The Author

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Dwayne Natwick

I am a vision-driven and goal-focused leader with a history of successfully managing and training on the full life-cycle of Cloud and IT products and services including technical sales and marketing. I author blog articles, curriculum, and provide training for internal and external clients in workshop, video, or certification preparation formats. I currently manage the product strategy, life cycle, and service offerings for Multi-Cloud Services at NTT.

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