In 2020, more than 850 vulnerabilities were found in Microsoft products. The OS is full of vulnerabilities – even the newest and most secure Windows 10 that is used on 70.98% of Windows computers as of March 2020. Every day, the AV-TEST Institute registers over 350,000 new malware and potentially unwanted applications (PUA). Traditional cyber security measures are reactive and often require extensive patch management and operational disruption, leaving your organization vulnerable to cyber-attacks. The solution is to shift from a “reactive” to a “proactive” approach to securing your OS environment. But how?

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Ajay Kumar, Director Solution Engineering – APJ at BeyondTrust

Ajay Kumar has over 15 years’ experience in cyber security, and seven specializing in privileged access and identity access management. Prior to becoming the Director for Solution Engineering – APJ at BeyondTrust, Mr Kumar was the Regional Technical Sales Leader for over seven years at IBM.

A trusted cyber security advisor to enterprise customers, his experience spans across several industries such as banking, insurance, energy and utilities, in addition to state and federal government. At BeyondTrust, Mr Kumar heads the regional security engineering department, helping enterprises and government agencies improve their security posture against internal and external threats.

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Scott Hesford, Director of Solutions Engineering, APJ

Scott Hesford has over a decade of experience in IT security. Before joining BeyondTrust in 2019, he worked as Principal Consultant across APJ for CA Technologies where he specialised on technologies within Identity Governance and Administration, Advanced Authentication, Privileged Access Management, Web Access Management and API management. A trusted cyber security advisor to enterprise and mid-market customers alike, his experience spans across several industries including finance, utilities and manufacturing in addition to state and federal governments.

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