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Security Tools Webinar Series

Tanium Endpoint Security and Systems Management (Part 1)

Tuesday, November 12, 2019
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Mark Liu

What tools and workflows are organizations using to meet today’s cybersecurity challenges? The Security Tools Webinar Series takes MICS students behind the scenes with influential technologies in the security landscape. Join Mark Liu for a two-part interactive webinar to learn about the end-point security tool space, see the inner workings of Tanium, and understand Tanium’s positioning to solve cybersecurity problems facing Fortune 100 companies. Hear a bit from the careers/recruiting side of Tanium, and of course, ask your questions about the cybersecurity industry.

Mark has generously arranged for participants to receive temporary access to Tanium labs which are normally only available to paying customers and prospects. The lab is fully-built Tanium software on AWS hosted machines. Students will have access to log into the Tanium web console on their own instance, with their own Tanium Server and clients that can check in and have the ability to be queried by the Tanium Server directly.

Don’t miss this opportunity!

Part 2 of this webinar will be held on November 25. Be sure to register for Part 2, as well.


Advance registration is required, so that we are able to provision temporary access to Tanium labs before the webinar.

Please register by Friday, November 8, to allow us time to provision lab access. Late RSVPs will be accommodated on a space-available basis.

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Mark Liu is a technical account manager at Tanium and a subject-matter expert on the Tanium Appliance. He has 13 years of experience as a technologist working in roles ranging from devops to business analyst and running his own startup.

Prior to Tanium, Mark worked at the largest hedge fund in the world, Bridgewater Associates, as well as small tech startups in San Francisco and Silicon Valley. On the weekends, Mark is often found cooking traditional Chinese food, hiking the San Francisco Bay Area, or conjuring illusions with coins or a deck of cards.

Last updated:

November 5, 2019