Microsoft Sentinel Simplified: Content Hub Spree & "Incident Tasks" like a Boss

Thai Intermediate Security

Dive into the world of Microsoft Sentinel's Content Hub, your one-stop shop for security solutions, and learn how to effectively manage "Incident Tasks" as a team. This session will guide you through the process of exploring and deploying content from the Content Hub and demonstrate how to streamline incident management using the Incident Tasks feature. Discover how to enhance collaboration, assign tasks, and track progress to ensure a swift and organized response to security incidents.


Sarah Saran Hansakul

ThaiCySec - Steering Thai Security to Global Excellence

Sarah Hansakul, a sexy security enthusiast and the brains behind ThaiCySec, is a rising Fierce star in the cybersecurity world. Known for her “Sarah 59 seconds” program on TikTok, she delivers fierce narratives and explanations about cybersecurity, captivating a young and dynamic audience. With many prestigious Microsoft Security Certifications with CISSP and CISM, Sarah has proven her expertise in the field. Beyond her cybersecurity achievements, Sarah has made her mark as the Manager of the famous luxurious Thai jewelry brand, AKE AKE Thailand, where she has led successful digital transformation initiatives.

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