Krystian Zieja « Secure Tour
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Krystian Zieja

Systems Architect & Solutions Expert

15 years of experience in the IT, system administration and performance tuning, as well as database administration software development and security field.

Krystian is a professional Infrastructure and Database Consultant with over 15 years of extensive experience in designing IT solutions. His practice spans from teaching Oracle Courses in OAI at University, to providing services for big public and consulting companies serving Clients from four continents. Being a holder of numerous IT certificates such as OCP, MCSE, MCDBA and CISSP, he is highly skilled in management as well as in programming SQL and NoSQL databases.

Krystian is an enthusiastic, hard-working individual with an interest in new technologies allowing for further development of his skills. In his everyday life, he is keen on sports such as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, shooting, box, judo, swimming and bicycles (just to name a few!).

Krystians Sessions

Protect, Detect and Respond – with Windows Server 2019 Part 1

Attacks are constantly on the rise, so the message of the day is – we should level up the game!’. Let’s do it with Windows Server 2019. Microsoft approach to security is three-fold – Protect, Detect and Respond. Shielded VMs protect virtual machines from compromised or malicious fabric administrators. The VM can be accessed only […]

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Protect, Detect and Respond – with Windows Server 2019 Part 2

Attacks are constantly on the rise, so the message of the day is – we should level up the game!’. Let’s do it with Windows Server 2019. Microsoft approach to security is three-fold – Protect, Detect and Respond. Shielded VMs protect virtual machines from compromised or malicious fabric administrators. The VM can be accessed only […]

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WSL – what’s in it for me?

WSL stands for Windows Subsystem for Linux it is a cool new feature on modern versions of Windows. It looks promising but is it really that well organized and implemented? The idea behind WSL is not clear. Is this feature created for Linux fans who got used to use Bash, grep, awk, etc? Is this […]

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