52 mins from initial access to ransomware -- is your defensive team ready?

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Does your defensive team detect and respond fast enough to contain the adversary before they accomplish their mission? How do you know? Come join 15-year Microsoft MVP & RD Maarten Goet and learn how Microsoft Defender 365 and Microsoft Sentinel can help detect command-and-control platform Cobalt Strike, nasty exploits and much more, in this real-world case where an attacker went from Zero to Ransomware in just 52 minutes in Azure. This is a session no Azure admin should miss!


Maarten Goet

Microsoft MVP & RD

Maarten is a MVP since '07 and a RD since '15, and a regular speaker at conferences. He loves Azure & security, and is founder of ExpertsLive and the dutch Microsoft Security user group.

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