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Using the Serial Console on Windows IaaS VMs

Using the Serial Console on Windows IaaS VMs

If you make a mistake when configuring operating system firewall rules that block you from accessing the VM, or a service is stopping an IaaS VM from booting, or some other configuration problem such as a newly installed application is ... continue reading
Gamifying machine learning for stronger security and AI models

Gamifying machine learning for stronger security and AI models

To stay ahead of adversaries, who show no restraint in adopting tools and techniques that can help them attain their goals, Microsoft continues to harness AI and machine learning to solve security challenges. One area we’ve been experimenting on is ... continue reading
Enterprise-scale foundation architecture

Leverage enterprise-scale reference implementations for your cloud adoption

This post was co-authored by Sarah Lean, Senior Content Engineer, Azure In the last couple of blog posts, we followed Tailwind Traders1 on their cloud journey and how the IT team is looking to adopt Azure as part of their ... continue reading

Zero Trust: 7 adoption strategies from security leaders

Microsoft considers Zero Trust an essential component of any organization’s security plan. We have partnered with Cloud Security Alliance, a not-for-profit organization that promotes cloud computing best practices, to bring together executive security leaders to discuss and share insights about ... continue reading
Analyzing attacks taking advantage of the Exchange Server vulnerabilities

Analyzing attacks taking advantage of the Exchange Server vulnerabilities

Microsoft continues to monitor and investigate attacks exploiting the recent on-premises Exchange Server vulnerabilities. These attacks are now performed by multiple threat actors ranging from financially motivated cybercriminals to state-sponsored groups. To help customers who are not able to immediately ... continue reading
Diagram for delivering a continuum of compute from cloud to edge

Do more for the National Security mission with Azure

As we continue to deliver on our commitment to providing the broadest range of commercial innovation for government, we’re rapidly advancing new capabilities for the National Security mission. Azure helps mission teams gain insight from data—at any security level—anywhere. For ... continue reading
Azure Defender for IoT drop-down menu showing built-in integrations with broad range of SIEM, ticketing, firewall, and NAC systems

5 steps to enable your corporate SOC to rapidly detect and respond to IoT/OT threats

As organizations connect massive numbers of IoT/OT devices to their networks to optimize operations, boards and management teams are increasingly concerned about the expanding attack surface and corporate liability that they represent. These connected devices can be compromised by adversaries ... continue reading
Security alert of malware hash reputation analysis

Azure Defender for Storage powered by Microsoft threat intelligence

This blog post was co-authored with Roy Levin, Senior Data Scientist With the reality of working from home, more people and devices are now accessing corporate data across home networks. This raises the risks of cyber-attacks and elevates the importance ... 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
New automation rules in Azure Sentinel

Microsoft unifies SIEM and XDR to help stop advanced attacks

For all of us in security, the last twelve months have been an incredible series of challenges—from balancing remote work with family priorities, to helping build resilient businesses, and protecting against the latest attacks. 2020 showed us that while we ... continue reading