Learn to Hack and Secure your Windows Infrastructure
Quarterly Cybersecurity Review: Part 1
New Quarterly Cybersecurity Review series consists of four insightful and deep-dive trainings that will help you stay on top of attackers in the ever-changing cybersecurity landscape. You will learn how to secure your infrastructure, prepare an informed Incident Response Plan, get to know how malware works and how to protect identity in your organization.
First part will cover infrastructure services security and is a must-go for enterprise administrators, security officers and architects. It is delivered by Paula Januszkiewicz, one of the best people in the security field and Microsoft MVP. Her in-depth, practical knowledge, many years of experience both as a pen tester and a trainer will keep you stimulated, intrigued and hungry for more!
On the first day of the course we will take a deep dive into Windows Internals and try to step into the hacker’s shoes - our goal is to show and teach you what kind of mechanisms are allowing to get inside the infrastructure and how to get into operating systems, including the infamous Pass-the-Something attacks on identity. On the second day we will look at the ways for securing and hardening Windows infrastructure. Again, using a hacker’s perspective, we will review modern attacks and discuss ways for prevention.
Join the training to always stay up to date and be ready to secure your infrastructure!
All exercises are based on Windows Server 2016 and 2019, Windows 10 and Kali Linux. This course is based on practical knowledge from tons of successful projects, many years of real-world experience and no mercy for misconfigurations or insecure solutions!