Azure Security Center - Your CSPM & CWPP

 
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It’s 2021 and security posture in cloud as well as multi cloud environment is very important. Let’s see how can we leverage Azure Security Center to continuously monitor and alert us about the posture of our cloud setup.

Speakers

Rohit Srivastwa

Virtual CISO to various small to very large enterprises

Rohit Srivastwa is a serial entreprenuer, a well-known security evangelist and a specialist in IT infrastructure, cyber warfare and cyber-crime investigation. He is an advisor to several military agencies, law enforcement agencies and corporates in India and abroad, Rohit he is thr of the prestigious "Microsoft Most Valuable Professional" award since 2012 in the domain of "Enterprise Security"

Aalok Karnik

InfoSec program manager at multiple organization's to help increase security posture.

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