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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

Afternoon Cyber Tea: Microsoft’s cybersecurity response to COVID-19

On February 25, 2020, Microsoft Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Bret Arsenault was attending the RSA Conference in San Francisco when the city declared a state of emergency because of COVID-19. Shortly after flying back to Seattle, Bret learned of ... continue reading

CRSP: The emergency team fighting cyber attacks beside customers

What is CRSP? Microsoft Global Compromise Recovery Security Practice. Who is CRSP? We are a worldwide team of cybersecurity experts operating in most countries, across all organizations (public and private), with deep expertise to secure an environment post-security breach and ... continue reading
The Azure Firewall solution as displayed in Azure Sentinel portal UI in the solution section.

Optimize security with Azure Firewall solution for Azure Sentinel

Security is a constant balance between proactive and reactive defenses. They are both equally important, and neither can be neglected. Effectively protecting your organization means constantly optimizing both prevention and detection. That’s why we’re excited to announce a seamless integration ... continue reading

Understanding the threat landscape and risks of OT environments

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 Natalia Godyla talks with Chris Sistrunk, Technical Manager in ... continue reading
Visual chart depicting the four stages of the life cycle of an incident: Before, during, and after an incident and the lessons learned.

Becoming resilient by understanding cybersecurity risks: Part 4—navigating current threats

In part three of this blog series on aligning security with business objectives and risk, we explored what it takes for security leaders to shift from looking at their mission as purely defending against technical attacks, to one that focuses ... continue reading
World map showing global distribution of Phorpiex botnet ativity

Phorpiex morphs: How a longstanding botnet persists and thrives in the current threat environment

Phorpiex, an enduring botnet known for extortion campaigns and for using old-fashioned worms that spread via removable USB drives and instant messaging apps, began diversifying its infrastructure in recent years to become more resilient and to deliver more dangerous payloads ... continue reading
New identity partnerships and integrations to accelerate your Zero Trust journey

New identity partnerships and integrations to accelerate your Zero Trust journey

This month, our team is busy participating in several industry events – the RSA Conference, Gartner IAM and Microsoft Build – and sharing the new partnerships and integrations we’ve developed to help support your Zero Trust strategy. Reflecting on last ... continue reading
Chart detailing the future of hybrid work. With communication at a high, networks are shifting and threats are increasing.

Securing a new world of hybrid work: What to know and what to do

The cybersecurity landscape has fundamentally changed, as evidenced by large-scale, complex attacks like Nobelium, Hafnium, and more recently last week’s Colonial Pipeline attack, which signals that human-operated ransomware is on the rise. Hackers launch an average of 50 million password ... continue reading
Accelerate SQL Server to Azure migration with Pure Cloud Block Store

Accelerate SQL Server to Azure migration with Pure Cloud Block Store

Many organizations have either moved or extended their SQL Server operations from an on-premises data center into Azure. There are many reasons why you might be considering this move for your organization as well. Hosting SQL Server on Azure lets ... continue reading