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Dana leads Security Research for Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection at Microsoft, researching and developing new cyber security threat detections. She started her career in an elite Israeli military cyber intelligence unit (‘8200’), proceeded to work at a Big Data startup, and then joined Google, in its Zurich HQ. For the past 5 years she has been working on Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection at Microsoft. Dana is passionate about Operating Systems and Windows Internals. She is also volunteering with high school students and undergrads, training and mentoring the next generation of cyber security experts.

Dana Baril

Security Research Manager
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English, Hebrew
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Location:
Seattle, USA
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
Paid only. Contact speaker for pricing!

MY TALKS

Eliminating Alert Fatigue: Reducing False Positives Through Better Engineering

Software Engineering, Security / Privacy

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False Positive alerts are the bane of blue teams everywhere. Countless hours are lost as Security Operation Center analysts attempt to separate the wheat from the alert chaff to find the real indicators of an attack. Reducing FPs is thus a critical goal for any security platform. Yet reducing FPs at the expense of missing the signs of an actual threat is inviting disaster. The solution to this conundrum lies in better engineering: building the right tools to accurately assess alerts at scale.

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