How to Find Security Issues in Your Microsoft Network!
Security analysis has become an important tool in our overall security strategies. Often we are unsure whether or not we have too many security dependencies in our Microsoft Network. We don’t how many Admin accounts are exposed on clients and servers, if the latest patches really are installed, and so on. During this session, Marcus Murray will demonstrate how you can perform a security analysis on your internal clients & servers and, using a step-by-step approach, identify common security issues. You will learn about the tools needed and how to use them, how to interpret the output, and what to do with the result. This session is very valuable if you want to be able to perform effective security analysis in your own Microsoft Network.
About the speaker
Marcus Murray is the Security Team Manager at Truesec. In addition to his work designing secure infrastructures and implementing security functions, he also performs security assessments for a variety of clients, including banks, military organizations, and other large corporations. He is frequently engaged as keynote speaker for Security Events and his focus is often security threats, vulnerabilities, and awareness, and how to implement countermeasures that work in the real world. Marcus was the number-one rated speaker at Tech•Ed U.S. 2010, 2008, 2007 and Tech•Ed IT Forum Europe 2007. He has also been rewarded for number-one session in various categories at ITForum Europe 2005, 2006 and 2007. He is a member of the Truesec Expert Team, an independent elite-team of security and infrastructure consultants operating all over the world.
Published Date: May 13, 2011
Presented By: Anthony de Bruyn
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