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PowerShell and Security – Presentation at iSense

As mentioned in the previous blog post I was invited to speak at iSense to talk about PowerShell and Security. This event was fully by sponsored by iSense who provided the attendees with a great experience. Before my session I was briefly interviewed and the interview, in Dutch, will be available soon.

Security is a topic that continues to make headlines around the world and as a result, PowerShell is mentioned more often either as an method to exploit or to prevent and secure your system. In this presentation I showed how PowerShell can be configured to provide insights in what scripts and tools are running in your environment and how to secure your PowerShell endpoints using Just Enough Administration, JEA.

The audience after 90 minutes of PowerShell and Security

The audience after 90 minutes of PowerShell and Security

After the presentation I received a lot of questions about PowerShell in general and the Dutch PowerShell User Group, we will soon be holding another PowerShell User Group meeting, for more information visit the following link: 10th DuPSUG Meeting, there are at the time of writing still a few tickets available for this event on the 9th of March.

Furthermore, at the Dutch PowerShell User Group we are working on putting out some events that are a bit more beginner oriented. For anyone who is interested in learning more about PowerShell stay tuned as we have a lot of good interesting stuff in the works.

The presentation deck and the slides are as always available on GitHub:
GitHub – Jaap Brasser – Events – iSense2017

For more information I have provided an overview of all the links in this article:

PowerShell and Security @ iSense
GitHub – Slides and code
iSense
Dutch PowerShell User Group
IT Future Lab – PowerShell and Security

Sixth DuPSUG meeting, an overview

Today I attended the Dutch PowerShell User Group meeting, colloquially known as DuPSUG. It was the first meeting of 2015 and it was a day filled with exciting sessions focusing on Desired State Configuration, OMI, AST and Azure Pack. Inovativ was kind enough to host the day at their headquarters in Amstelveen.

Blog of the Presenters
Jeffrey Snover
Bartek Bielawski
Ben Gelens
Jeff Wouters
Stefan Stranger
Interesting Links
Dutch PowerShell User Group Site
Monad Manifesto

Code samples from my DuPSUG presentation

Last Friday we had a great day in Eindhoven, the first Dutch PowerShell User Group meeting. It was a day packed with presentations and a lot of talk about PowerShell. I would like to thank everyone involved for making this into a great day! It was great to see the enthusiasm of everyone there.

I have joined the DuPSUG team and I am excited to be involved with the planning and setting up of future events. If you have any suggestions in regards to future events, be sure to contact me or anyone of the team as we are currently gathering feedback for our next event. For more information about the Dutch PowerShell User Group have a look at our website: http://www.dupsug.com/

The topic of my session was Splatting and [Adsisearcher], I have attached the code samples I used during the presentation to this post, this includes the samples I did not get around to showing:

And for those of you who just could not get enough of Splatting, I will be posting an article on splatting on my blog this week.

Update: Have a look at the Scripting Guy blog post, some photos of the event have been posted: Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog: The First-Ever Dutch PowerShell User Group