Presentación del servicio Azure Sentinel y como podemos analizar alertas y descubrir incidentes de seguridad en organizaciones, lo que no nos gustaría descubrir.
Miembro del equipo de seguridad de Verne Tech Joaquín Molina o kinomakino es un apasionado de la tecnología en general y la seguridad desde mediados de los 90. Cuenta con numerosas certificaciones y pertenece a organizaciones de reconocido nombre como ENISA o la obtención del premio Microsoft MVP los últimos años. Ponente en numerosas conferencias nacionales e internacionales
After more than 20 years managing information systems, mainly in Microsoft environments, with special focus on Business Intelligence systems and data management, I am now more focused on the management of teams and sales. Always looking for new challenges to help our customers optimize their investments in their data platform. Right now focused on Big data, Smart data and IA technologies in order to define new lines of business
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