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OCT 6 ** CANCELLED ** Microsoft Security Public Community | Microsoft Digital Defense Report
The webinar is cancelled. We will provide an update when the new date is available.
In this webinar, you will learn, with Microsoft Defender for Cloud: How to connect all your multicloud, hybrid and on-prem resources and gain centralized visibility and control. How to reduce cloud environment risks by prioritizing security posture improvement recommendations. How to detect attacks and respond in real time. How to “shift left” in security and protect cloud-native applications from the development stages.
Microsoft Defender for Cloud is in active development and receives improvements on an ongoing basis. In this session we will summarize and demo what we've released for Microsoft Defender for Cloud in the last 3 months that you need to know about!
Introducing a new ICS security solution into the organization and expanding the SOC team responsibilities to incorporate IoT/OT network security requires preparations. In this webinar we will review and demonstrate the recommend best practices implementing IoT/OT SOC workflows cross your organization.
The number of security relevant data and security incidents are increasing on a daily level. This is placing SOC teams under tremendous pressure and is increasing SOC fatigue. In this webinar we will show you tips and tricks on utilizing Microsoft Sentinel automation with Microsoft Defender for Cloud, and how to reduce MTTA (Mean Time to Acknowledge) and MTTR (Mean Time to Respond).
With its variety of capabilities, agents, and extensions, Microsoft Defender for Servers is one of the most complex plans within Microsoft Defender for Cloud. In this webinar, we will guide you through deployment options, agents, extensions, capabilities and dependencies to help you protect your servers across hybrid and multicloud environments.
Microsoft Defender for Cloud starts providing contextual security capabilities to help organizations to better assess the risks their environments are exposed to while taking into account the structure of their cloud environment and its unique circumstances (like internet exposure, permissions, connection between resources and more) that is strongly affects risk level.
In this session, Safeena and Bojan will provide you with an overview of the multicloud capabilities in Microsoft Defender for Cloud. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear directly from people working with Defender for Cloud, how you can protect your multicloud environments using Microsoft Defender for Cloud’s native support for AWS and GCP.