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Improve kernel security with the new Microsoft Vulnerable and Malicious Driver Reporting Center

Windows 10 and Windows 11 have continued to raise the security bar for drivers running in the kernel. Kernel-mode driver publishers must pass the Hardware Lab Kit (HLK) compatibility tests, malware scanning, and prove their identity through extended validation (EV) ... continue reading
More control and better insights for your Zero Trust deployments

More control and better insights for your Zero Trust deployments

We hope you enjoyed Ignite 2021! We loved hearing from you and learning how you’re using Azure Active Directory to implement Zero Trust to protect users and applications from threats. Many of you have asked for more empowering and easier ... continue reading
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How to investigate service provider trust chains in the cloud

In a recent Microsoft blog post, we documented technical guidance for organizations to protect themselves from the latest NOBELIUM activity that was found to target technology service providers, which are privileged in their downstream customer tenants, as a method to ... continue reading
Act fast to secure your infrastructure by moving to TLS 1.2!

Act fast to secure your infrastructure by moving to TLS 1.2!

Protecting sensitive data by putting the right security controls in place is of the utmost importance for every organization. This requires constantly evolving to satisfy standards and regulations that help protect data and combat threats. One of these standards is ... continue reading
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Adopting a Zero Trust approach throughout the lifecycle of data

Instead of believing everything behind the corporate firewall is safe, the Zero Trust model assumes breach and verifies each request as though it originates from an uncontrolled network. Regardless of where the request originates or what resource it accesses, Zero ... continue reading

Bringing commercial innovations in chip design to national security

Semiconductors and microelectronics are some of the most important components in building cutting-edge capabilities for our national security and defense technologies, from satellites and radar to vehicles and communications equipment. Ensuring these components are developed with the utmost regard for ... continue reading
Step-by-Step Guide: Active Directory Migration from Windows Server 2008 R2 to Windows Server 2022

Step-by-Step Guide: Active Directory Migration from Windows Server 2008 R2 to Windows Server 2022

Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Operating system reached the end of their support cycle on the 14th of January 2020. Because of this many organizations wanted to migrate away from these legacy operating systems. End-of-life operating systems ... continue reading
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How Open Systems uses Microsoft tools to improve security maturity

This blog post is part of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association guest blog series. Learn more about MISA. We’ve all seen it happen—an organization has all the top-notch security tools in place and still, they get breached. In today’s rapidly evolving threat landscape, ... continue reading
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Learn how Microsoft strengthens IoT and OT security with Zero Trust

As cyber threats grow more sophisticated and relentless, the need for Cybersecurity Awareness Month becomes more urgent every year. As part of our year-round commitment to security for all, Microsoft continues to track numerous incidents targeting both digital and physical ... continue reading
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SMB over QUIC is GA and we have lots of news!

Heya folks, Ned here again. As you might have heard now in all the MS Ignite hullabaloo, Windows Server 2022 Datacenter: Azure Edition is now generally available and that means that SMB over QUIC is now generally available too! I ... continue reading