Fortifying Your Cyber Defenses: Mastering Microsoft Defender Against Token Theft and Adversary-in-the-Middle Attacks

In an age where digital security breaches are not just threats but everyday occurrences, it’s essential to stay ahead of malicious actors.

Token theft, in the context of cybersecurity, is a significant threat that targets the digital tokens used for authentication and authorization in various systems and applications. It can take the form of phishing, malware, cross-site scripting, and adversary-in-the-middle attacks (AiTM). They allow attackers to bypass standard authentication measures and gain unauthorized access.

Join OCG Principal Architect Frank Urena on January 25th as he dives into the complex world of cybersecurity. He’ll explore of the latest strategies and tools for protecting your digital assets, starting with a comprehensive overview of token theft and AiTM attacks. This includes how they work, their impact, and why they are a growing concern for organizations.


Frank will also highlight Microsoft Defender, including its advanced features, real-time monitoring, and how it integrates with your existing security infrastructure. Using real-life scenarios, he’ll then demonstrate effective strategies to detect early signs of breaches and respond swiftly to mitigate risks.

This session is designed for IT professionals, security analysts, and anyone keen on enhancing their organization’s digital security posture.

DATE Thursday, January 25, 2024
TIME 10am PST | 11am EST
DURATION 45 minutes

Fortiying Your Cyber Defenses: Token Theft and Adversary-in-the-Middle Attacks January 25th - Register Now!