Secure your Servers using Azure Services - Arc, Defender & Sentinel

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Despite all the serverless capabilities that we can use, servers will still be used for different purposes. There is no problem with that if we keep protecting them from all these new threats . Join this session to discover how you can protect your servers either they are living on-premises or on cloud using Arc, Defender and Sentinel.


Lazaros Katanas

Katanas Lazaros, Cloud Solution Architect

My name is Katanas Lazaros and I am working as a Security Cloud Solution Architect @Microsoft. Previously I have worked as a Security Consultant and at Systems & Network Engineer positions with Vmware,Hyper-v,System Center, Cisco,Mikrotik, Fortinet,Checkpoint,Windows Server and Linux Red Hat. The last years I am working on Cloud Systems and more specifically with Azure Cloud and M365 services. Additionally I own the CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), Azure Solutions Architect Expert and MCSA: Windows Server 2016 and other security and non-security certifications.

Pantelis Apostolidis

Azure ninja

Passionate about IS technologies especially Microsoft Azure | Microsoft Azure MVP | Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect Expert | Microsoft Azure Security Engineer Associate | Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator Expert| MCSE Cloud Platform & Infrastructure and Productivity | Husband | DAD

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