Defendiendo tu red con Microsoft Defender for Identity: Mejores prácticas y ejemplos del mundo rea

Spanish Intermediate Security/Internet of Things/Others

En esta sesión se explicará que es Microsoft Defender for Identity; como implementarlo, así como las mejores prácticas y ejemplos en entornos reales


Christian Romano

Senior Information Technology Specialist en Edenred

Christian Romano, Ha sido Galardonado en cinco ocasiones por Microsoft como Most Valuable Professional, por sus contribuciones hacia la comunidad tecnológica en México y Latinoamérica. Distinguido por ser un ponente que habla sobre tecnologías Microsoft y sus aplicaciones en rubros como Computación en la Nube, Colaboración Moderna, Comunicaciones Unificadas y DevOps. Christian Romano ha participado en múltiples foros de tecnología como lo son: Azure Boot Camp - 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 y 2020 Get-CsLatam -2018, 2019 y 2020 DevOps Boot Camp - 2018 y 2019 CloudFirstCampus - 2015 Comunidad de Comunicaciones Unificadas Iberoamerica - 2016

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