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Cloud CTF: Identifying and Resolving Attacks in Azure

Jonathan Trull, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist and Lesley Kipling, Chief Security Advisor

Gain first-hand experience identifying attacks against Azure workloads. You will be a member of the Contoso blue team tasked with investigating and resolving attacks that are commonly seen within cloud environments. You will also leverage the details learned about the attacks to implement the appropriate countermeasures and harden the environment to ensure that future attacks don’t occur.

Tuesday, March 05, 2019, 2:20PM – 4:20PM

Machine Learning Toolbox for Cybersecurity Risk Management

Bugra Karabey, Senior Cybersecurity Risk Manager

As part of the semi-annual Information Security Risk Reviews at Microsoft, our team has devised unique use cases of Machine Learning utilization within the Cybersecurity Risk Assessment domain. This talk will focus on these Machine Learning models and techniques, with an emphasis on the practical scenarios and case studies.

Tuesday, March 6, 2019, 1:30PM – 2:20PM

No more firewalls! How zero trust networks are reshaping cyber security

Matt Soseman, Partner Technical Architect

Network firewalls are becoming irrelevant and we can no longer assume that perimeter networks can be trusted. With adoption of bring your own device and bring your own cloud, we must evolve our defenses to devices and identities. Join us as we explore this new world via rich live demos. (No PowerPoint allowed!)

Thursday, March 07, 2019, 9:20AM – 10:10 AM

Blackbox Interpretability - Next Frontier in Adversarial ML Evasion

Holly Stewart, Principle Research Lead and Greg Ellison, Data Scientist 

Blackbox interpretability is an emerging field of study in AI & ML. ML often incorporates millions of features, making model decision interpretation nearly impossible. Interpretability promises answers to those questions, but the bad news is that attackers can also use it to identify weak spots in your defenses. Learn how you can use it to identify when attackers have discovered your secret sauce.

Friday, March 08, 2019, 9:50AM – 10:40AM

Passwords & patching: the forgotten building blocks of Enterprise security

Andrea Fisher, Partner Technical Architect and John Wojan, Partner Technical Architect

The NSA hasn't responded to an 0day attack in 24 months. Patching remains the biggest security issue until 2020. Breach after breach has happened because machines have not been patched or the password was easily guessable. Let's get back to the basics and help customers overcome these foundational elements of security including patch management, password strategy and approaches.

Friday, March 08, 2019, 11:10 AM – 12:00 PM

Decentralized Identity: No Promises Edition

Pamela Dingle, Director Of Identity, Open STA and Preeti Rastogi, Principal Software Engineer

Decentralization in Identity is a shiny object, promising amazing benefits - but sometimes it is nice to just see how the protocols work. Join Pamela Dingle for a session that makes no promises at all; you will leave with nothing more than an overview of how a public key stored on a ledger might act as an anchor for digital trust and what architectures are evolving to leverage that trust.

Thursday, March 07, 2019 9:20 AM – 10:10 AM

Help solve cybersecurity’s greatest challenge

Join the Microsoft Graph Security Hackathon between December 1, 2018 and March 1, 2019 for a chance to win a portion of $15,000 in prizes and a speaking spot at Microsoft Build 2019.

Microsoft Ignite | The Tour!

Go one-on-one with Microsoft Security engineers and learn how to harden your security position while connecting with our community. Find a city near you.