Microsoft will finally better respect IT pro decisions about macros, ActiveX content and Office add-ins in e-mailed Office documents, according to a new security policy that'll be arriving in "early February 2022."
Keep your accounts and data secure before discarding your old machine.
Microsoft is rolling out a somewhat more streamlined approach for managing devices that use Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, according to a Thursday announcement.
Microsoft this week announced four new security features for the Microsoft Authenticator app that can be used for confirming mobile device user identities.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it fixed an Azure Active Directory private key data storage gaffe that affects Azure application subscribers, but affected organizations nonetheless should carry out specific assessment and remediation tasks.
Microsoft announced on Monday that its new Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Plan 1 (P1) reached the "general availability" commercial-release stage.
Microsoft has released its November security patch bundle, addressing 55 common vulnerabilities and disclosures (CVEs).
According to a newly released salary report by employment firm Dice, cybersecurity analysts saw an average growth in salary of 16.3 percent (for an average annual salary of $103,106) between 2019 and 2020.
The security software firm McAfee announced on Monday that it is going private once an acquisition deal with a group led by equity firm Advent International is finalized.
It's been a year since the last Microsoft Defender product name changes, so brace yourself for more.
Microsoft announced a range of new Azure features at this week's virtual Ignite conference, with several services moving out of public preview and into general availability.
The Microsoft Ignite online event kicked off on Tuesday, and it brings a bunch of product updates for IT pros that are now reaching "general availability" (GA, or commercial release).
Microsoft on Thursday announced a new campaign with community colleges to help prepare tomorrow's cybersecurity workforce.
The Microsoft Authenticator app for consumers can now automatically fill out address and payment information in Web site forms when using Android mobile devices, on top of filling out password fields.
Tips to protect against "password spray attacks" were expounded by Microsoft's Detection and Response Team (DART) in a Tuesday announcement.
Microsoft recently announced that a public preview of end-to-end encryption is available for Microsoft Teams calls in person-to-person scenarios.
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.
As a bridge device, Microsoft's smartphone offering can mostly handle what you throw at it.
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 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 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.
A Symantec cybersecurity team at Broadcom Inc. is warning of a recently discovered ransomware family that's already been seen in the wild.
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.
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