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Tag: Azure Zero-Trust

Stay compliant and protect sensitive data with Zero Trust security

Original Post Read More Regulatory standards frequently shift and tighten, especially with the rise of hybrid work environments. And with the explosion of data growth, organizations have seen a massive uptick in cybersecurity issues and needs. According to IBM’s 2022 Cost of a Data Breach Report, 83 percent of organizations

Secure hybrid and remote workplaces with a Zero Trust approach

Original Post Read More Productivity and innovation have become critical goals in many hybrid and remote work environments. Ensuring preventative and strong security, in turn, must be at the heart of that. In this blog series, we’ll discuss two Zero Trust business scenarios: enabling a more productive hybrid or remote

Join us at Microsoft Secure to discover the latest security solutions

Original Post Read More Microsoft Secure is our first flagship event designed just for security professionals. On March 28, 2023, we will bring together security professionals from around the world to explore security information and event management (SIEM) and extended detection and response (XDR), threat intelligence, AI, data security, multicloud

The Microsoft Intune Suite fuels cyber safety and IT efficiency

Original Post Read More Today marks a significant shift in endpoint management and security. We’re launching the Microsoft Intune Suite, which unifies mission-critical advanced endpoint management and security solutions into one simple bundle. The new Intune Suite can simplify our customers’ endpoint management experience, improve their security posture, and keep

5 reasons to adopt a Zero Trust security strategy for your business

Original Post Read More Adopting Zero Trust security for your enterprise is no longer a wish-list item—it’s a business imperative. The workplace today extends to almost anywhere, anytime, from any device. Siloed, patchwork security solutions leave gaps that threat actors continue to exploit. A comprehensive Zero Trust model provides the

Cybersecurity health and how to stay ahead of attackers with Linda Grasso

Original Post Read More 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 Linda Grasso, the founder and chief executive officer of DeltalogiX, a blog that provides business leaders with the latest

Cyber Signals: Risks to critical infrastructure on the rise

Original Post Read More Today, the third edition of Cyber Signals was released spotlighting security trends and insights gathered from Microsoft’s 43 trillion daily security signals and 8,500 security experts. In this edition, we share new insights on wider risks that converging IT, Internet of Things (IoT), and operational technology (OT)

4 things to look for in a multicloud data protection solution

Original Post Read More What does it mean to be a multicloud organization? As the name implies, the term describes a model of cloud computing where an organization uses multiple clouds—two or more public clouds, private clouds, or a combination of public, private, and edge clouds—to distribute applications and services.

Microsoft supports the DoD’s Zero Trust strategy

Original Post Read More The Department of Defense (DoD) released its formal Zero Trust strategy today, marking a major milestone in its goal of achieving enterprise-wide implementation by 2027. The strategy comes at a critical time as United States government networks continue to face nearly half the global nation-state attacks

How IT and security teams can work together to improve endpoint security

Original Post Read More For executives in the IT and security spaces, the current climate offers reasons to worry. As workers become accustomed to new flexibility in the workplace, hybrid and remote work options present more challenges. Users want to access corporate resources from their own devices without the inconvenience