How to protect your corporate from advanced attacks – unveiling Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics

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In today's world, attackers compromise non-privileged and privileged users, devices, server, etc. in order to gain access to the network and steal confidential information from businesses. A majority of the advanced security attacks are traced back to compromised user credentials. In this session, we will provide deep dive information on Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA), a technology based on the recent acquisition of Aorato, which helps you identify security breaches before they cause damage.





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      Armen Kirakosyan

      Yea Advanced System is so stupid that it tells that it requires newer version of Windows on my Windows 10 to be installed ???!!!!

      bla bla bla bla

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      Jeff Sontag

      This system makes having dedicated administrative workstations, especially where domain and enterprise administrator credentials could be used, even more critical. If you don't say this up front, it gives the appearance that you are just trying to sell more stuff to discover attacks after it's too late, and you don't really care about the most critical element of all credential-stealing attacks. Please state unequivocally, in all your marketing materials, that without dedicated administrative workstations, and the political will, and the technical expertise, to keep these admin workstations segregated from internet and/or email-facing computers, this would all be for nothing.

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