TechNet Virtual Conference 2016: security, patching, vulnerabilities and exploitation

Last week I participated in the TechNet Virtual Conference 2016. It was a great three-day event with many excellent speakers that discussed a wide range of topics. The sessions were anchored by journalist Mary Jo Foley and Senior Microsoft Evangelist Rick Claus.

If you missed the event last week, the good news is that the videos are available to view on-demand.

There were a couple of sessions that focused on security during the virtual conference including this one on Windows 10: “Day 2: Windows 10 Security – Protection Against Modern Security Threats.”

My ~30-minute session primarily focused on trends in exploitation, but I discussed a bunch of things related to security, the top ways systems get compromised, and security updates.

Day 1: Tim Rains on Security and Patching Vulnerabilities

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Tim Rains
Director, Security

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Tim Rains

Director, Security

Tim Rains is Director, Security at Microsoft where he helps manage marketing communications for Microsoft Cloud & Enterprise security, identity, and enterprise mobility products and services. Formerly, Tim was Chief Security Advisor of Microsoft’s Enterprise Cybersecurity Group where he helped Read more »