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Graphic detailing three different waves of identity attacks. First is password attacks, which consist of breach replay, password spray, and phishing. Next is multifactor authentication attacks, which includes SIM-jacking, multifactor authentication fatigue, adversary in the middle. Third is post-authentication attacks, including token theft and consent phishing.

2023 identity security trends and solutions from Microsoft

Welcome to 2023! I wanted to kick this year off by having a quick look at the trends in identity security, what you can do about it, and what Microsoft is doing to help you. One of the things we ... continue reading
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Microsoft Security innovations from 2022 to help you create a safer world today

The start of a new year is always a great time for reflection—to be grateful for all we have and the progress security teams have made as well as look ahead to how we can reshape the security landscape. I ... continue reading

Digital event highlights new features in Microsoft Purview

Keeping your company and customer data secure has never been more complex. With multiple clouds, legacy on-premises systems, and numerous devices, it can be hard to keep track of what data you have and where it lives. On top of ... continue reading

From Teams to PowerPoint: 10 ways Azure AI enhances the Microsoft Apps we use everyday

Azure AI is driving innovation and improving experiences for employees, users, and customers in a variety of ways, from increasing workday productivity to promoting inclusion and accessibility. The success of Azure AI—featuring Azure Cognitive Services, Azure Machine Learning, and Azure OpenAI ... continue reading
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What’s new in Azure Data & AI: Empowering retailers to streamline operations and accelerate time to value

The new year brings opportunity for thoughtful reflection about the past year, both personally and professionally. 2022 was a year of firsts for me—first time having clam chowder at Pike Place Market as a local, first time going shopping for ... continue reading
Working with time series data in SQL Server 2022 and Azure SQL

Working with time series data in SQL Server 2022 and Azure SQL

Part of the SQL Server 2022 blog series.Time series data is a set of values organized in the order in which they occur and arrive for processing. Unlike transactional data in SQL Server, which is not time-based and may be updated ... continue reading

How to build a secure foundation for identity and access

The security community is continuously changing, growing, and learning from each other to better position the world against cyberthreats. In the latest post of our Community Voices blog series, Microsoft Security Senior Product Marketing Manager Brooke Lynn Weenig talks with Christina Richmond, a cybersecurity expert who formerly worked as ... continue reading
Potential cost savings of up to 60 percent when consolidating security solutions by using Microsoft 365 E5 Compliance and Security add-ons to a Microsoft 365 E3 license—instead of using multiple-point solutions. Savings are based on publicly available estimated pricing for other vendor solutions and web direct/based price shown for Microsoft offerings. Price is not guaranteed and subject to change.

Do more with less with Microsoft Security—3 strategies to get you started

Relentless bad actors, evolving attack tactics, and numerous surfaces and endpoints that attackers may try to exploit. With the average cost of a data breach reaching an all-time high of USD4.35 million in 2022,1 protecting your people and data from ... continue reading
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Microsoft Azure CLX: A personalized program to learn Azure

The rise of cloud computing has created demand for proven cloud experts. That’s why we’ve launched the Microsoft Azure Connected Learning Experience (CLX) program, designed to help aspiring learners and IT professionals become Microsoft Azure cloud pros. CLX is a ... continue reading
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Start learning Azure today with new role-based skill guides

It’s crucial to keep learning the latest cloud technology skills if you want to stay competitive in your field. Whether it’s a network at risk from an outside threat, data being improperly backed up, or a problem debugging an app, ... continue reading