Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon 2020
May 27, 2020 | 8:00 am–May 28, 2020 | 5:00 pm
About this Event
Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon is a joint effort with SPC and members of the Office 365 community. Offered as a free online, 36-hour event happening May 27-28 2020, there will be sessions going the whole time with speakers from around the globe. Come join Ben Menesi as he presents “Office 365 in today’s digital threats landscape: attacks & remedies from a hacker”.
Who to expect on-stage, at our booth & on the showfloor
27th May, 2021
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Office 365 in today’s digital threats landscape: attacks & remedies from a hacker
Office 365 environments are very attractive targets for attackers. So, it’s never been more important to understand how its security structure works, and how to best configure it.
In this in-depth session, we’ll run through real-time attack scenarios and examine common attack vectors. And then we’ll explore the various defense capabilities of Office 365, the MS Graph API, and Azure AD. We’ll deep-dive into external sharing, authentication options, third-party application security (what apps should and shouldn’t be able to do), and even some do’s and don’ts regarding Azure AD endpoints and authorization mechanisms.
You’ll walk away with a solid understanding of how to use the Office 365 defense tools at your disposal, such as the Attack Simulator and Threat Intelligence, as well as how they relate to real-world attacks.
Ben Menesi has been with panagenda since August 2019 and works as Vice President, products and innovation – with focus on the Microsoft Product line. Ben has significant experience working with fortune 500 customers around the globe on all things collaboration and security on both the IBM and Microsoft platforms, and he’s been speaking at technology events addressing audiences in over 15 countries over the past decade.
You may also be interested in
Digital Workplace Experience
Optimize Microsoft Teams Performance by Watching These Maximum Redlines
Optimize Microsoft Teams Performance by Keeping Hardware and Networking Speeds Within Limits