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Eran Ashkenazi

Eran Ashkenazi

Company: SentinelOne

Job Title: VP, Services & Field Operations

Eran is responsible for SentinelOne's customer relationships, including integration, business development, and additional services. Before joining Sentinelone, he spent more than ten years at Check Point, where he worked as the Head of Global Professional Services, as well as in a variety of technical, field and managerial roles in the services arena.

Eran Ashkenazi Seminars

  • Ransomware vs. SentinelOne's Next-Generation Endpoint Protection Platform Wed 5th Oct 11:40 - 12:10

    Ransomware vs. SentinelOne's Next-Generation Endpoint Protection Platform

    Presents an introduction to SentinelOne’s endpoint protection platform through the eyes of a unique ransomware attack designed specifically to bypass traditional, and even ‘next-generation’ endpoint security tools. Learn how a behavior-based approach can stop even the cleverest of attacks.

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    Wed 5th Oct 11:40 to 12:10

    Cyber Security Disruptive Technologies

  • Beyond Files: The Full Spectrum of Attacks Wed 5th Oct 14:20 - 14:50

    Beyond Files: The Full Spectrum of Attacks

    We’ve all seen the bake-offs - vendor against vendor, the ‘latest’ malware samples run raw and then packed, and who apparently wins the race against hackers. But there is one major flaw in these tests - they’re only covering a fraction of attacks that occur in the wild. What about exploits? What about script-based attacks, including powershell and VMI? What about attacks that leave no file indicators - how does your security stop them?

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    Eran Ashkenazi

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    Wed 5th Oct 14:20 to 14:50

    Cyber Security Disruptive Technologies

  • Beyond Files: The Full Spectrum of Attacks Thu 6th Oct 11:40 - 12:10

    Beyond Files: The Full Spectrum of Attacks

    We’ve all seen the bake-offs - vendor against vendor, the ‘latest’ malware samples run raw and then packed, and who apparently wins the race against hackers. But there is one major flaw in these tests - they’re only covering a fraction of attacks that occur in the wild. What about exploits? What about script-based attacks, including powershell and VMI? What about attacks that leave no file indicators - how does your security stop them?

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    Eran Ashkenazi

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    Time / Place

    Thu 6th Oct 11:40 to 12:10

    Cyber Security Disruptive Technologies

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