Secrets of KQL!

English Intermediate IT

KQL is a query language used in Log Analytics Workspace, Azure Monitor and few other Microsoft/Azure services. The language has several operators and inbuilt functions that make it unique from other query languages. The session will give a walkthrough of some of the KQL operators/functions that are very little known to people, but has capabilities to solve complicated use cases.


Debac Manikandan

Senior Cybersecurity Engineer

Debac is a Senior Cybersecurity Engineer who started his journey in the red team, and slowly moved into Security Operations. For the last couple years, he has been working heavily in the Engineering team building automations, integrations and solutions that revolves around Microsoft Sentinel.

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