Q&A from the Webinar: 12 Crucial Windows Security Skills for 2019

Sami Laiho and Paula Januszkiewicz whipped 2019 into shape at our Great Big Annual Live Webinar + Q&A. Broadcasting from CQURE HQ on 16 October our experts forecast the 12 skills that will matter in cybersecurity in 2019.

October was all about our biggest online event of the year – the Great Big Live Webinar + Q&A! This year’s event was especially marvellous because joining regular host Paula Januszkiewicz was world-renowned Windows expert Sami Laiho.

Sami has been popping in to CQURE HQ quite a bit recently as he has collaborated with Paula and the team here to create our Advanced Windows Security Course 2019 which you can find out more about HERE.

Here’s a Recap of the 12 Crucial Skills for 2019:

  • Skill #1: Infrastructure Pentesting – Hackers Perspective or Notes From the Field
  • Skill #2: Windows 10 Secure Kernel model
  • Skill #3: Windows Authentication Internals – Level Hard
  • Skill #4: Advanced Attacks Against Active Directory
  • Skill #5: Malicious Software Execution Prevention – Ransomware on the rise
  • Skill #6: BlackBelt – Becoming a Process Explorer and Process Monitor Ninja!
  • Skill #7: ESAE: Hardening Privilege Access Workstations
  • Skill #8: Enhanced Security Administrative Environment: Red Forest with Windows Server 2019
  • Skill #9: Web Penetration Testing – Lessons from the Field
  • Skill #10: Office 365 Advanced Security for GDPR
  • Skill #11: Advanced Monitoring and Auditing of Windows 2019 Infrastructure
  • Skill #12: What’s new in WS 2019 in security

We rounded off the webinar with a live Q&A session which you can watch here (along with the best highlights):

Now you know what skills you’ll be needing in the year ahead it’s time to master them! Our certified online Advanced Windows Security Course 2019 will have you fully prepared to face the threats ahead in just six weeks.

It features two modules by special guest instructor Sami Laiho and it starts on 29 November 2018. Applications are open now over on our website.

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