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Disrupting the kill chain

This post is authored by Jonathan Trull, Worldwide Executive Cybersecurity Advisor, Enterprise Cybersecurity Group. The cyber kill chain describes the typical workflow, including techniques, tactics, and procedures or TTPs, used by attackers to infiltrate an organization’s networks and systems.  The Microsoft Global Incident Response and Recovery (GIRR) Team and Enterprise Threat Detection Service, Microsoft’s managed...

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Securing the new BYOD frontline: Mobile apps and data

With personal smartphones, tablets, and laptops becoming ubiquitous in the workplace, bring your own device (BYOD) strategies and security measures have evolved. The frontlines have shifted from the devices themselves to the apps and data residing on—or accessed through—them. Mobile devices and cloud-based apps have undeniably transformed the way businesses operate. But they also introduce...

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Managing cloud security: Four key questions to evaluate your security position

As cloud computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) continue to transform the global economy, businesses recognize that securing enterprise data must be viewed as an ongoing process. Securing the ever-expanding volume, variety, and sources of data is not easy; however, with an adaptive mindset, you can achieve persistent and effective cloud security. The first...

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New Microsoft Azure Security Capabilities Now Available

In November, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella outlined a new comprehensive, cross company approach to security for our mobile-first, cloud-first world. To support this approach, Microsoft invests more than a billion dollars in security research and development, every year. Today we are announcing the general availability of key security capabilities in the Microsoft Cloud, which are...

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Connecting the dots to get ahead of your next security challenge

It is turbulent times we live in. The same technology that provides unprecedented global connections and productivity also provides hackers unprecedented surface area to commit headline-earning crimes. That’s why Microsoft is investing over $1 billion annually in security capabilities and connecting dots across the critical endpoints of today’s cloud and mobile world to help you...

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Dream Team for Moving to the Cloud

The U.S. men’s basketball team suffering defeat, placing third even, at the 1988 Summer Olympics, in which the U.S. should unquestionably have dominated, renewed calls to use professional athletes in the games. The following year it was agreed, and U.S. basketball asked the NBA to supply players for the upcoming 1992 games in Barcelona. The...

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Microsoft publishes guide for secure and efficient integration of cloud services into government operations

Estimates show that the global cloud computing market grew by 28 percent last year. Cloud is becoming an established technology for conducting and enabling business. Likewise, around the world, public sector cloud adoption is on the rise. The IDC predicts that public sector spending on cloud services will grow to $128 billion by 2018, more...

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Estonia leading the way in driving digital continuity for government services

We are at the threshold of unprecedented value creation for industry and society, driven by the accelerating pace of change enabled through digital technology. Whether it is about bringing together patient records so they can be shared quickly for better patient outcomes, or reimagining connectivity and predictive maintenance for cars to meet the expectations of...

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