There is at least a 50% chance your business or organisation will face a cyber attack and sadly it’s only going to get worse. If you’ve avoided an attack or breach so far then you can count yourselves lucky the odds of remaining cyber secure are fast reducing. On the plus side, there is a truly effective answer and we’d like to give you the opportunity to get hands-on with the ultimate in threat protection at our powerful, interactive workshop.
Join us for the SentinelOne Ultimate Hacking workshop at AVR’s Twyford office, near Reading, on the afternoon of Thursday 15th November and experience personally how you can defeat a live cyber attack. Register below for this invaluable experience below.
Whilst many vendors promote their threat protection solutions as answers to cyber attacks, few can back their claims with total confidence and a guarantee. SentinelOne is one of those.
The SentinelOne Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) uniquely unifies prevention, detection and response in a single purpose-built agent. Powered by machine learning and automation, EPP rapidly defeats attacks automatically across all vectors. In our unique workshop, you will experience how to configure the SentinelOne console, learning how to analyse threats and forensic data to defend your business against attack.
Ideal for technical people, the workshop will involve active participation in advanced threat management, giving insight into the current threat landscape and SentinelOne’s total cyber protection expertise.
This free-of-charge workshop will run from 1.00pm to 5.00pm on Thursday 15th November and include lunch, refreshments, merchandise and materials. Attendees will be required to supply their own laptop loaded with VMWare or Virtualbox. Directions to AVR’s Twyford office can be found HERE. On-site parking is available and the office is just a ten minute walk from Twyford rail station.
Register by completing and submitting the form below. Places are limited and we urge you to secure yours without delay.
If you require further information, call 01189 344 300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.