This session will describe how to integrate different 3rd party SaaS apps / inhouse built apps to send data/logs through APIs using Logic Apps to Microsoft Sentinel . This session will also cover topics - building simple Analytics queries using KQL creating incidents for the desired use cases in Microsoft Sentinel.
Manish is a Manager in KPMG Advisory, Norway where is a part of Platform Specialist team. He has 10 years of experience in security and risk work in areas such as application security, cloud security, network security, etc. He has experience working with several clients in Banking & Finance, Media & Entertainment, Healthcare domains spread across different geographies. Manish is originally from Cuttack, India and has been living in Oslo, Norway for close to 5 years now.
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