Microsoft Security Elite Moves on to Provide Thought Leadership to the Enterprise Security Space

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After serving Microsoft Corporation in two vital capacities, Sanjay Tandon has moved on from Microsoft to help organizations worldwide secure and defend their security infrastructures.

After serving Microsoft Corporation in two vital capacities, Sanjay Tandon has moved on from Microsoft to do his bit to help organizations around the world enhance their security posture.

Tandon was Program Manager for Active Directory security on Microsoft’s Windows Server Development team from 2001 until July 01, 2005.

Tandon’s contributions to Microsoft helped improve the security posture of scores of Fortune 500, numerous national and international government and business organizations, and other global powerhouses around the world.

“Security is an important issue for organizations as well as individuals. The work that Sanjay Tandon is doing to help organizations become and stay secure is great for the ecosystem. I would advise all organizations to attain and maintain a sound security posture,” said JC Cannon, Senior Privacy Strategist with the Trustworthy Computing Group at Microsoft Corporation.

Tandon intends to apply authoritative Windows security expertise, valuable enterprise software development and real-world IT security experience, towards helping organizations worldwide attain and maintain a sound security posture.

“We live and do business in a dynamic, fiercely competitive and increasingly insecure world. Instead of being free to focus their energy and resources on succeeding in business, organizations across the world are being forced to spend significant resources towards combating the menace of rampant and incessant threats to their information assets The situation continues to exacerbate and unfortunately, for as crowded as it is, the enterprise security solutions space doesn’t seem to have any real solution,” said Tandon.

“We intend to change that. We intend to help organizations attain and maintain a sound security posture so that they’re free to focus their energies and channel their resources on doing what they do best – take on the right business risks to succeed in business. We intend to do so by empowering organizations to secure and defend the very foundation of access management and information security at their organization, their security infrastructure,” he added.

A security breach in an organization’s security infrastructure could result in the compromise of all its information assets putting the entire organization at high risk and in the worst case scenario directly impacting business continuity. Tandon is thus convinced that the protection of an organization’s security infrastructure must be its #1 priority. Towards the same, he intends to lead an effort to build and deliver the world’s first and most trustworthy security framework specially designed to protect security infrastructures.

Tandon also intends to develop and deliver innovative security products aimed at solving specific pervasive security problems in the identity and access management space.

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