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Unit 42 Threat Briefings on Microsoft Exchange Server Vulnerabilities - March 16 & 17

March 12, 2021 | 4:00 PMMarch 17, 2021 | 3:00 PM

On March 16 & 17, join Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 Threat Research team to learn about Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities, countermeasures, and offerings.

We’re Here To Help - Mitigating Microsoft Exchange Vulnerabilities

On March 2, Palo Alto Networks learned about four critical zero-day Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities that let adversaries access Exchange Servers and potentially gain long-term access to victims’ environments. Multiple threat actors are believed to be exploiting these zero-day vulnerabilities in the wild. Our clients continue reaching out to learn more in regards to these attacks.

On Tuesday, March 16 or Wednesday, March 17, join one of our informative sessions with Ryan Olson, leader of Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 Threat Research team to learn more about:

- The effective countermeasures you can take today to help protect your organization.
- What we currently know about these exploits.
- What Palo Alto Networks is offering to help our customers in the spirit of our mission to protect our digital way of life.



Ryan Olson, 
Vice President of Threat Intelligence, Palo Alto Networks

Ryan Olson is the Vice President of Threat Intelligence for Palo Alto Networks. He leads Unit 42, a team responsible for collection, analysis and production of intelligence on adversaries targeting organizations around the world. His area of expertise is detecting and identifying actors and groups conducting cyber-crime and cyber-espionage operations. Ryan is a contributing author to the book Cyber Fraud: Tactics, Techniques and Procedures, and primary author of Cyber Security Essentials. Ryan is a named inventor on two patents related to malware analysis and threat intelligence collection.

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