Webinar | End-to-End Security with Microsoft Defender XDR & Microsoft Sentinel, featuring CriticalStart
As the threat landscape continues to grow, it is crucial to have the correct security measures in place to detect breaches and protect your business. That’s why Interlink is partnering with Critical Start for the End-to-end Security with Microsoft Defender XDR and Sentinel webinar!
In this webinar, we’ll unpack today’s key security challenges and considerations, Defender XDR, Microsoft Sentinel, and Critical Start’s unified platform strategy for these tools – including how Critical Start’s multi-layered security approach can enhance detection and response against advanced threats.
By attending, you’ll walk away with a knowledge of:
- How Zero Trust is more than just a set of tools
- Getting the most out of your security dollar
- Better Together - The power of Microsoft Defender XDR and Critical Start
- Reducing risk and simplifying security management
About the author
Mike Wilson brings over 18 years of technology experience to Interlink. Prior to joining Interlink, he served as a Director of Technology for a mid-size insurance company and has led multiple consulting practices to substantial growth. In those roles, Mike delivered tremendous value for his customers by designing and implementing scalable, reliable and business aligned solutions. Mike’s focus at Interlink is on leveraging the power of the Microsoft cloud to streamline IT operations in a way that reduces cost and allows businesses to refocus on core operations. He plays a key role in architecting projects and ensuring high standards in service delivery across the Interlink team. Mike earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Cincinnati and is a proud graduate of St. Xavier High School. He is active in a number of local non-profits and has served on multiple non-profit boards and in executive leadership.
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