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Microsoft Sysinternals report in VirusTotal.

New Microsoft Sysmon report in VirusTotal improves security

Today, following the 25th year anniversary of Microsoft Sysinternals, we are announcing the general availability of a new Microsoft Sysmon report in VirusTotal. Whether you’re an IT professional or a developer, you’re probably already using Microsoft Sysinternals utilities to help you ... continue reading
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How to protect your CAD data files with MIP and HALOCAD

This blog post is part of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association guest blog series. Learn more about MISA. Computer-aided design (CAD) files are used by design professionals in the manufacturing, engineering, architecture, surveying, and construction industries. These highly valuable files contain confidential ... continue reading

Strategies, tools, and frameworks for building an effective threat intelligence team

How to think about building a threat intelligence program The security community is continuously changing, growing, and learning from each other to better position the world against cyber threats. In the latest Voice of the Community blog series post, Microsoft Product Marketing Manager ... continue reading
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Improve your threat detection and response with Microsoft and Wortell

This blog post is part of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) guest blog series. Learn more about MISA. The way of working is changing rapidly. Many workloads are moving to the cloud and the pandemic accelerated organizations to provide infrastructure to aid ... continue reading
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Business email compromise: How Microsoft is combating this costly threat

Amongst all cybercrime, phishing attacks continue to be the most prevalent today. With over 90 percent of attacks coming via email, it’s important that every organization has a plan to prevent these threats from reaching users. At Microsoft, we’re passionate ... continue reading
Number of tests in which the vendor blocked the attack at earliest stage possible. Microsoft successfully blocked at the earliest possible point on six protection tests, more than any other vendor participating in the test.

Stopping Carbanak+FIN7: How Microsoft led in the MITRE Engenuity® ATT&CK® Evaluation

In MITRE Engenuity’s recent Carbanak+FIN7 ATT&CK Evaluation, Microsoft demonstrated that we can stop advanced, real-world attacks by threat actor groups with our industry-leading security capabilities. In this year’s evaluation, we engaged our unified Microsoft 365 Defender stack, with market-leading capabilities ... continue reading
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Azure LoLBins: Protecting against the dual use of virtual machine extensions

Azure Defender for Resource Manager offers unique protection by automatically monitoring the resource management operations in your organization, whether they’re performed through the Azure portal, Azure REST APIs, Azure CLI, or other Azure programmatic clients. In this blog, we will ... continue reading
A diagram showing the Microsoft Cloud App Security and its integration with CSAB solutions

A better cloud access security broker: Securing your SaaS cloud apps and services with Microsoft Cloud App Security

Today’s business uses an average of 1,180 cloud apps¹, with many of those organizations securing their apps through cloud access security brokers (CASB). The organizational need for a CASB has grown alongside the use of cloud apps to enable remote ... continue reading
Real people. IT professionals build and maintain the LinkedIn server farm which operates on 100% renewable energy. Power is hydro-generated and managed efficiently on-site with minimum new draw from external grid. State-of-the-art facility uses eco-friendly solutions such as using reclaimed water to cool the data center.

Securing Azure datacenters with continuous IoT/OT monitoring

As more intelligent devices and machinery become connected to the internet, Operational Technology (OT) and the Internet of Things (IoT) have become part of your enterprise network infrastructure—and a growing security risk. With every new factory sensor, wind turbine monitoring ... continue reading

What we like about Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

This blog post is part of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association guest blog series. Learn more about MISA.   It’s no secret that the security industry generally likes Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. After a few months of using and integrating it with our ... continue reading