Corporate Attorney, Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit
The Era of Cybercrime and the New Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit
Cybercrime is evolving very fast and is becoming highly sophisticated by the day. As more and more businesses, institutions and consumers connect online, Internet has become a highly lucrative market to exploit and make illegal money. No industry or sector has been spared and at the end of the day, everyone is vulnerable. In this presentation, you will hear more about the impact of cybercrime on businesses, what Microsoft is doing with its new Digital Crimes Unit and how threat intelligence generated by Microsoft is shared and used to protect consumers and businesses. Get an insight into botnet enforcement actions and how the cloud is playing a bigger role today in driving business security.
VP of Systems Engineering, Tripwire
Opposites Attract: Using an EDR Security solution to Improve Availability and Uptime
Change is the enemy of availability and security but organizations today are awash in a sea of change, both planned and unplanned. This presentation will discuss how to use end point detection and response (EDR) solutions to enhance availability, uptime, security and compliance by providing deep insight into the sources of change and reducing the time required to respond to unplanned changes. The presentation will provide an overview of an ideal EDR framework and discuss the market forces driving the convergence of IT and OT priorities. It will also suggest good architectural practices for EDR and provide practical EDR implementation suggestions that focus on the synergy between system availability and security. The presentation will also offer specific EDR suggestions attendees can implement using existing security infrastructure, and provide use cases that illustrate EDR benefits.