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New study shows customers save time, resources and improve security with Microsoft Cloud App Security

New study shows customers save time, resources and improve security with Microsoft Cloud App Security

The global pandemic has forever changed our workplaces and reshaped our cybersecurity priorities. While in recent months cloud apps have helped people around the globe stay productive and connected. They also pose an increased cybersecurity risk to businesses large and ... continue reading
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Lessons learned from the Microsoft SOC—Part 3d: Zen and the art of threat hunting

Threat hunting is a powerful way for the SOC to reduce organizational risk, but it’s commonly portrayed and seen as a complex and mysterious art form for deep experts only, which can be counterproductive. In this and the next blog ... continue reading
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Feeling fatigued? Cloud-based SIEM relieves security team burnout

Most CISOs and CSOs are worried that a growing volume of alerts is causing burnout among their teams, according to new research from IDG. You can learn about additional challenges to security operations teams by reading the IDG report SIEM ... continue reading

Seven ways to achieve cost savings and deliver efficiencies with Azure infrastructure

The global health crisis has transformed the way we work and live. At Microsoft, we are committed to doing what we can to help our customers respond to the crisis and plan ahead for future success. In the past couple ... continue reading
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Exploiting a crisis: How cybercriminals behaved during the outbreak

In the past several months, seemingly conflicting data has been published about cybercriminals taking advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak to attack consumers and enterprises alike. Big numbers can show shifts in attacker behavior and grab headlines. Cybercriminals did indeed adapt ... continue reading
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Zero Trust—Part 1: Networking

Enterprises used to be able to secure their corporate perimeters with traditional network controls and feel confident that they were keeping hackers out. However, in a mobile- and cloud-first world, in which the rate and the sophistication level of security ... continue reading
Blue teams helping red teams: A tale of a process crash, PowerShell, and the MITRE ATT&CK evaluation

Blue teams helping red teams: A tale of a process crash, PowerShell, and the MITRE ATT&CK evaluation

In September 2019, MITRE evaluated Microsoft Threat Protection (MTP) and other endpoint security solutions. The ATT&CK evaluation lasted for three days, with a professional red team from MITRE emulating many advanced attack behaviors used by the nation-state threat group known ... continue reading
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Open-sourcing new COVID-19 threat intelligence

A global threat requires a global response. While the world faces the common threat of COVID-19, defenders are working overtime to protect users all over the globe from cybercriminals using COVID-19 as a lure to mount attacks. As a security ... continue reading
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Use Azure Firewall for secure and cost-effective Windows Virtual Desktop protection

This post was co-authored by Pavithra Thiruvengadam, Program Manager, Windows Virtual Desktop Work from home policies require many IT organizations to address fundamental changes in capacity, network, security, and governance. Many employees aren't protected by the layered security policies associated ... continue reading

A Journey to Holistic Cloud Protection with the Microsoft 365 Security Stack Pt 6 – M365 Integration

For our final stop in the journey to holistic cloud protection with the Microsoft 365 security stack we will be discussing M365 Integration. For anyone new joining us on this journey please ensure you check out Part I: Overview, Part ... continue reading