Cloud & Hybrid Workload Protection using Azure Defender

 
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This talk/session focuses on Azure Security Center's integrated cloud workload protection platform Azure Defender and the services it supports. The session will highlight (and optionally demonstrate depending on the length of the talk) its capabilities such as alerts, just-in-time access, vulnerability assessment etc.

Speaker

Sangram Rath

Cloud Architect & Technology Advisor

A technology professional with around 16 years of experience primarily in the Cloud Computing, Virtualization & Datacenter domain with a focused interest in Security. A multi-cloud certified professional since 2013, I have been conducting trainings on Azure since 2012. I have also spoken at conferences such as the Open Source Summit, Digital Ocean and conducted a workshop for Microsoft. I love engaging with startups and am currently a Technology Advisor to a couple of them helping them adopt, design & implement cloud technologies; and advocate the adoption of better people practices. I have also been a hackathon judge. Having worked in many cities I eventually did a homecoming 6 years ago and currently based out of Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

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