An online service that adds a post-breach layer of protection to Windows 10 clients, helping to detect threats that made it past other defenses and providing organizations with information to investigate and remedy breaches across multiple endpoints.
Microsoft Defender for Servers adds a new lower-priced tier of service, delivering full support for protecting Windows Server 2012 R2 and newer VMs running in the cloud or on-premises.
Roadmap for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, a Microsoft-hosted service that integrates with the Microsoft Defender Antivirus software built into Windows 10, and adds endpoint detection and response (EDR) capabilities to discover and defend against evolving attacks against Windows.
Microsoft 365 E3 receives a limited layer of centrally managed endpoint protection, partially filling the security gap that existed below Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.
Applications for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint and Microsoft Tunnel are set to merge on Android, iOS, and iPadOS platforms.
Defender for Endpoint now offers threat and vulnerability management for macOS devices to help customers discover and remediate security events on macOS devices.
Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is now available for all Government Community Cloud (GCC) and Department of Defense (DoD) cloud customers.
Defender for Endpoint now fully supports multisession Windows Virtual Desktop hosts.
A collection of Solorigate resources is available from Microsoft for customers looking for more information on this specific attack.
Microsoft again announced renaming of most of its Azure security services in late 2021, echoing similar changes made in 2020.
Microsoft again announced renaming of some of its client security services in late 2021, echoing similar changes made in 2020.