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Friday, March 4, 2016

Microsoft Windows Defender for Enterprises - Fighting CyberCrime in Large Organizations

Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection service under development which will help large organizations detect and counter network attacks when it's delivered sometime this year. Microsoft also published an updated SQL Server 2016 Release Candidate that adds a preview capability to extend seamlessly to Microsoft's Azure cloud. Meanwhile, the news broke that Windows 10 is now the second most common desktop operating system in use, but has a long way to go to catch up with Windows 7. Microsoft is also preparing a developers kit for its HoloLens augmented reality headset. Microsoft has unveiled a new threat protection service that it said will help large organizations detect and counter network attacks. Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection uses a combination of endpoint and cloud-based tools, and is intended to add a new post-breach layer of protection to the Windows 10 security stack. Cybercriminals are well organized with an alarming emergence of state-sponsored attacks, cyber-espionage and cyber terror. Even with the best defense, sophisticated attackers are using social engineering and zero-day vulnerabilities to break-in to corporate networks.  How effective will this new solution be in securing enterprise data? Share your comments with the Cloud and Cyber Security Center:

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