What's new in Microsoft Threat Protection

 
Greek (Greece) Advanced Security

In this session, we are going to demystify what brings the General Availability of Microsoft Threat Protection. We will discuss what's the new way to do cross investigations and forensics with Advanced Hunting across Endpoints, Identities, E-mails and Data.

Speaker

Michail Angelos Haggar

Technology Solutions Professional @Microsoft

Michael is a Technical Specialist at Microsoft for Central and Eastern Europe specialized in Cybersecurity. He has 13 years’ experience and is passionate about Microsoft Technologies. His focus is to bring modern cloud-powered solutions to organizations and help them achieve more.

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