Azure Security

Azure Defender for Resource Manager automatically monitors the resource management operations. This blog discusses the threats that are caused by ‘Living off the land Binaries’.

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This blog shares the results of Total Economic Impact Study, creating a framework for organizations to evaluate the financial impact of Azure Security Center.

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Alert fatigue is a top of mind challenge when it comes to security monitoring. As a result, organizations are constantly trying to improve their human capabilities, processes, and technology to address the challenge. Microsoft is uniquely positioned to take on this problem by tapping into the end-to-end capabilities of our Extended detection and response (XDR) offering that doesn’t just span the key security domains of concern but is also tightly integrated across those domains and powered by intelligence.

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The corporate network perimeter has been completely redefined. Many IT leaders are adopting a Zero Trust security model where identities play a critical role in helping act as the foundation of their modern cybersecurity strategy. As a result, cybercriminals have shifted their focus and identities are increasingly under attack.

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