Our # WPNinjasNL “Live – Ask us Anything” session planned for Tuesday June 29 has been rescheduled to Monday July 5th, you can still join the recording of this meeting with special guests  John Gruszczyk, Product Manager at Microsoft and Stephen Rose Product Evangelist at Microsoft about Teams and Security by RSVP’ing on our meetup page here.

For next week, Tuesday, July 6th we are proud to announce that our Jeremy Moskowiz, Microsoft MVP Enterprise Mobility CTO and head instructor for PolicyPak and MDMandGPanswers.com will host a session about: How Not to Get Hacked: Recommendations from an Actual Ransomware Attacker (who took home 4 million dollars in ransom!)

Session abstract:

Ransomware is one of the most common yet dangerous types of malware. In today’s remote-work environment, blocking and preventing malware like ransomware becomes even more difficult. Fortunately, 16X Microsoft MVP and Least Privilege management expert Jeremy Moskowitz is here to demonstrate how you can protect your environment in any windows environment.

Join Jeremy Moskowitz, 16X Microsoft MVP, and Enterprise Mobility Extradranoire for a PolicyPak LockDown session that reviews a real ransomware case study and recommendations on preventing in the future.

Throughout his talk, Jeremy will review topics like:

• How ransomware attackers get in

• Least privilege management best practices

• Remediation tactics

• Prevention tips

When, and how:

The webinar will start at 16:00 CEST (Amsterdam time zone), please click here to find out how late the webinar will start in your time zone. You can join the webinar by signing up at our Meetup page, where after registration you will find the link for the webinar.

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I started my career in 1995 as a System Engineer in the broadcast industry, building and maintaining video editing suites and television studio's and later specializing in Telecine equipment. In 1998 I switched to a first line support function within the Information Technlogy on the dealing room of a large bank, working my way up to a 3rd line support engineer. From this position i started to work on projects, which eventually resulted in projects where I worked across the border. In this period I implemented and designed several deployment solutions for mass rollout of workstations, laptops and servers. Since 2009 I switched to a consultancy function mainly focusing on but not limited to System Center design and implementation projects, besides that I became a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and currently teach System Center Related Classes (SCCM, SCOM and SCSM). In Januari 2010 I received the Microsoft MVP award with the expertise Setup & Deployment which was extended in 2011 and 2012. In 2013 and 2014 I was awarded the VMware vExpert award. In october 2014 I received the Microsoft MVP award with the expertise System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management (SCCDM).

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