What you need to know
- The 2022 all-digital Microsoft Security Summit takes place on May 12 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. PT.
- The event will feature tech demos and discussions on the modern-day cyber threat landscape as well as a live chat Q&A.
- Registration is now open.
If you've enjoyed the countless security posts Microsoft has published detailing the ins and outs of the modern cyber threat landscape, then get ready for an entire summit dedicated to the subject. The Microsoft Security Summit arrives on May 12. It will be an online event wherein you can learn more about the company's security tech and thought processes as well as ask questions during a live chat Q&A.
Speakers at the event will include notable Microsoft employees such as Vasu Jakkal, Charlie Bell, and Rani Lofstrom. You may recognize those names since said employees have authored numerous security posts for Microsoft's blogs in the past, giving everyday readers a glimpse into what Microsoft's monitoring.
Be it Lapsus$, Russian hackers, or anything in between, Redmond has its finger on the pulse of what's big in the cybersecurity realm, so anyone looking to get an inside look at what the home of Windows 11 has lined up in the threat intelligence sector should consider registering for the summit, which you can do now.
For an example of what Microsoft's currently up to in its cybersecurity activities, it recently took over a set of malicious domains linked to attacks on Ukraine. Microsoft Corporate Vice President Tom Burt commented on the domain seizure, mentioning this is just the latest in a long string of takeovers by Redmond. Burt will be one of the speakers at the May 12 security summit.
You can register for the Microsoft Security Summit at the company's website.
Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for the info. I think the outward-bound links should always open in a new tab. In this case, https://mssecuritysummit.eventcore.com/?ocid=AID3046765_QSG_584072
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