Organizations have started to migrate workloads to Azure but they have to consider about misconfigurations, compliance issues and of course cyber threats. Defender for Cloud is here to help you! Join this session to discover how you can increase your security posture with Defender for Cloud features and worry less about your cloud environment!
My name is Katanas Lazaros and I am working as a Cyber Security Consultant. Previously I have worked at Systems & Network Engineer positions with Vmware,Hyper-v,System Center,Cisco,Mikrotik,Fortinet,Checkpoint,Windows Server and Linux Red Hat. The last years I am working on Cloud Systems and more specifically Azure Cloud. Additionally I own the Azure Solutions Architect Expert and MCSA: Windows Server 2016 Microsoft Certifications.
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