Thursday May 18th 
Microsoft Atlantic Yards 200 17th Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30363

Workshop Overview

Join Microsoft & Netrix Global to learn about trends we are seeing in the security space and learn about some of the latest Microsoft capabilities and how they are being used by other companies. This workshop is a half-day session that will help you understand all you need to know about Microsoft’s MXDR Solution and its core components. Netrix Global is joined by Microsoft and we will share our experiences working with clients, deploying and managing Microsoft’s Enterprise Security Solutions, including MXDR. 

Agenda of the Workshop to Include:

Overview of Security trends and what we are seeing on the front lines

    • Cybersecurity trends, challenges, and remediation plans: What’s working and where are the biggest challenges today?  
    • What next in the world of cybersecurity: Sit with Microsoft executives and get a first-hand look at Microsoft’s vision for the future  
  • Demonstrations and Workshops:  

    • Threat Detection & Remediation:
    • The importance of MXDR and how to best leverage it in your organization 
    • How Microsoft 365 Defender extends your security coverage 
    • Microsoft Sentinel – what you don’t know can hurt you! 


    • Practical applications of Microsoft Purview 

    Thursday May 18th

    • Kickoff at 9am
    • Lunch will be served
    • The session will be completed by 1 PM

    Microsoft Atlantic Yards   200 17th Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30363 

    Intended Role: Security Ops Ctr. LT , SOC LT (Directors) , Architect & Engineering Leads,Influencers 

    Questions?  Contact the Netrix Team if you have any questions.  [email protected]

    Netrix Global has proven its robust MXDR services including a Security Operations Center (SOC) with 24/7/365 proactive hunting, monitoring and response capabilities all built on tight integrations with the Microsoft Security platform. This solution combines expert-trained technology with human-led services and has been verified by Microsoft engineers.