Microsoft on Monday highlighted delegated administrative privileges with service providers as being a major organizational security hole that's being targeted by the "Nobelium" advanced persistent threat (ATP) group.
Microsoft announced on Friday that it has acquired Clear Software, with the intention of integrating its business process technologies into Microsoft Power Platform solutions.
The rootkit FiveSys has been able to gain access to targeted systems thanks to the inclusion of a legitimate-looking Microsoft Windows Hardware Quality Labs Testing (WHQL) driver certificate.
Microsoft announced that Windows 10 version 21H2, also known as the "November 2021 Update," is at the final build stage, and is already available to Windows Insider program participants.
Microsoft on Thursday announced a new program for nonprofits that provides a suite of real-time monitoring and protection tools.
Microsoft claimed this week that its Universal Print service is part of its "zero-trust" vision for networks.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that some Android apps can now be run on Windows 11 when using the latest Windows Insider program Beta Channel release.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the "general availability" commercial release of Privacy Management for Microsoft 365.
The case for a passwordless future was made by Microsoft luminaries in a 1.5-hour online presentation.
Microsoft explained this week that Windows 11 has an improved cumulative update (CU) technology that is said to reduce the CU size by "about 40 percent."
Microsoft's estimated $21.9 billion U.S. Army contract on building a mixed-reality headset for tactical operations has apparently hit a snag.
A Symantec cybersecurity team at Broadcom Inc. is warning of a recently discovered ransomware family that's already been seen in the wild.
Nintex this week described enhancements to its cloud-based automation platform, including newly achieved security and regulatory certifications, plus a major organizational change.
A Chinese-speaking advanced persistent threat (APT) group had been exploiting a zero-day Windows vulnerability, which got a patch from Microsoft on Tuesday, according to Kaspersky researchers.
Is having too much security a bad thing?
Microsoft advocated for the use of so-called "cloud-native Windows endpoints" to address the needs of remote workforces in a Monday announcement.
Microsoft on Tuesday released security patches for more than 70 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs).
System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2 products will be reaching their end-of-support dates in about nine months, Microsoft indicated on Monday.
Microsoft this week announced a "revamped solution stack" for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint that promises to bolster protections and simplify setups when using Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016 products.
Microsoft on Thursday announced the release of its annual "Digital Defense Report," which catalogs nation-state and criminal attacks, as well as some countermeasures to take.