Secure external collaboration using sensitivity labels – In this article we are going to clarify a topic which has been causing a lot of confusion and questions among our customers: “How do we securely share emails and documents with someone outside of our organization using sensitivity labels?”
Best practices to simplify governing employee access across your applications, groups and teams – In the modern workforce, the emergence of hybrid cloud deployments and collaborative applications make it easy for employees to share information, data, and files with other internal as well as external users, helping them collaborate easily with vendors, business partners, contractors and customers. Managing all the access across different resources – Office groups, Teams, SharePoint sites, as well as your own applications and SaaS applications – is challenging.
Microsoft Security: Use baseline default tools to accelerate your security career – Azure Security Defaults is named for what it does—setting often overlooked defaults. With one click, you automatically enable several foundational security controls that if left unaddressed are convenient and time-tested targets for attackers to go after your organization.
Microsoft Defender ATP Ninja Training: September 2020 update – We are constantly keeping the Microsoft Defender ATP Ninja training up-to-date to include the latest content. If you want to refresh your knowledge and get updated, here is what has been added since the August update: – Today we are excited to announce Advanced eDiscovery and Advanced Audit capabilities in Microsoft 365 are coming to Government Community Cloud (GCC), Government Community Cloud-High (GCC-H), and Department of Defense (DoD) environments.
Industry-wide partnership on threat-informed defense improves security for all – Microsoft, a founding member of MITRE Engenuity’s Center for Threat-Informed Defense, is proud to be part of this industry-wide collaborative project. The Center for Threat-Informed Defense aims to bring together security researchers from across the globe to advance state-of-the-art approaches in cybersecurity.
Enhanced regulatory, legal and forensic investigation capabilities now in the Government Cloud – Today we are excited to announce Advanced eDiscovery and Advanced Audit capabilities in Microsoft 365 are coming to Government Community Cloud (GCC), Government Community Cloud-High (GCC-H), and Department of Defense (DoD) environments. These new capabilities help organizations to efficiently respond to regulatory, legal, and forensic obligations with relevant data within the Microsoft 365 security and compliance boundary.
Azure Sentinel: What’s new: Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection connector in Public Preview – There are some use cases in the SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) world that require correlation with alerts from an expert system like Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP). Now you can use the built-in data connector to collect alerts from Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection into Azure Sentinel.
Azure Sentinel: What’s new: Analytics FileHash entity hits GA! – File hash is a unique value that corresponds to the content of a file computed by using a specified hash algorithm. Using hashes, you can determine if two different files have exactly the same content. Files with identical hash values share identical contents.
Build a scalable security practice with Azure Lighthouse and Azure Sentinel – The Microsoft Azure Lighthouse product group is excited to launch a blog series covering areas in Azure Lighthouse where we are investing to make our service provider partners and enterprise customers successful with Azure.
Azure Sentinel Incident Bi-directional sync with ServiceNow. – One of the main SIEM use cases is incident management. Azure Sentinel offers robust features that help the analyst to manage the life cycle of security incidents.