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    Facing Increasing Malware Threats and a Growing Trend of BYOD with a New Approach

    Published on Oct 30, 2016

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    The number of new malware threats realized every day is staggering. These threats are increasingly sophisticated and stealthy, while traditional threat resistance based on detection has turned into a losing battle. As hacking has become a business model and credential theft a practice, IT needs to take a fresh look on how to better and effectively protect corporate assets. This presentation highlights the lessons learned from the past, and examines a new approach to fundamentally secure a corporate or a personal computing device from power on to off, while facing increasing and on-going cyber threats and a growing trend of BYOD in the IT industry. The presented concepts are vendor agnostic, the demonstrations are nevertheless based on Microsoft Windows 10.

    Yung Chou is a Technology Evangelist in Microsoft US Developer Experience and Evangelism team. Within the company, he has had opportunities on serving customers in the areas of support account management, technical support, technical sales, and evangelism. Prior to Microsoft, he had established capacities in system programming, application development, consulting services, and IT management. His technical focuses have been on virtualization and cloud computing with strong interests in hybrid cloud, Windows Azure Infrastructure Services, and emerging enterprise computing architecture. He has been a frequent speaker in technical conferences, roadshow, and Microsoft events.

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