Microsoft has introduced Pluton, a security solution aiming to make the current root of trust between the central processing unit and the trusted platform module in devices more resistant to physical tampering.
Microsoft this week announced that the Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 Extended Security Update (ESU) program is approaching Year 2.
The Microsoft Endpoint Data Loss Prevention service, used to protect data accessed on devices, reached "general availability" commercial-release status, Microsoft announced this week.
Microsoft released its November bundle of security patches on Tuesday, addressing 112 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs).
Microsoft on Monday described the format of its newly improved "Security Update Guide," which is used to see monthly security patch details.
Microsoft Research has changed the name of its "differential privacy" platform from "WhiteNoise" to "SmartNoise," according to a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft on Tuesday provided an update about its efforts, along with partners, to take down the Trickbot criminal network, which uses servers and devices to spread ransomware.
Microsoft issued two "out-of-band" security updates late last week.
Microsoft this week described the launch of a so-called "Zero Trust Deployment Center," which essentially is a Web page landing point for accessing Microsoft documents on its zero-trust security approach.
Microsoft's October bundle of security patches, released on Tuesday, brings fixes for just 87 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) across Windows, Office, SharePoint and many other software products.
Microsoft described its years-long effort working with the courts, software security firms and telcos to eliminate the Trickbot criminal network.
A preview of Microsoft's Continuous Access Evaluation (CAE) security solution is now available for Azure Active Directory users that have configured Conditional Access policies, Microsoft announced on Friday.
Azure Active Directory Conditional Access support for the Office 365 suite of applications is now at the "general availability" commercial-release stage, Microsoft announced on Thursday.
Microsoft plans to turn on a new Azure Active Directory "Publisher Verification" security feature that will block end user consent to unverified app publishers starting next month.
Microsoft has shelled out $374,300 in security bounties as part of its Azure Sphere Security Research Challenge, the company said this week.
Microsoft highlighted a few Azure Active Directory improvements during last week's Ignite event.
Microsoft has announced the release of its "Digital Defense Report," which is described as "a reimagining" of Microsoft's "Security Intelligence Report" (SIR).
The acquisitions are expected to enhance Ivanti's mobile endpoint security offerings.
Microsoft took the occasion of its Ignite event last week to rebrand its enterprise security solutions for premises and cloud environments, mostly by putting "Microsoft Defender" on their names.
Because sometimes (a lot of the time), Protected View isn't enough to guard against potentially malicious Office documents.