“As cyberattacks grow, so must the size of their internal security teams,” said Basu Jackal, corporate vice president of security at Microsoft. “It’s difficult to do,” he said. “We hope that Microsoft’s security experts will help companies build a more secure and productive security ecosystem.”
Microsoft’s security team blocked more than 9.6 billion malware threats and more than 35.7 billion phishing and other malicious emails last year, and is actively tracking ransomware families and hackers used in cybercriminal activity.
Additionally, Microsoft is introducing three managed services to help customers and partners expand their security teams. The service is a combination of technology that is programmed with the contents learned by experts and a service led by a person. In particular, it is characterized in that it does not require separate hiring and training of human resources.
Microsoft Defender Experts for Hunting is a service for organizations that have a Security Operations Center. In particular, it quickly responds to threats arising from endpoints, Office 365, cloud applications and IDs, and provides context-sensitive information and guidance. The service is currently in preview and will be officially launched this summer.
Microsoft Defender Experts for Extended Detection and Response for XDR is a managed service that responds to incidents through an advanced automation system. Beyond data derived from network-connected devices, it provides risk detection, response, incident triage, automation and expert support capabilities across Microsoft 365 Defender. It will be released as a private preview this fall. It will be released as a preview this fall.
Microsoft Security Services for Enterprise combines Managed XDR with proactive security operations led by dedicated experts to protect all cloud environments and platforms. The service has been in service since the 9th of this month.
In addition, the Industry Solution group, which is an existing service security category, will also expand its services, providing advisory services from dedicated experts. This allows us to support our customers in the face of a security crisis and maintain a modernized security system.
Meanwhile, Microsoft plans to expand investment in the relevant community for integration with XDR partners, creating new security market opportunities. More information on the investment can be found at Microsoft Inspire, a worldwide partner conference to be held in July.
Source: ITWorld Korea by www.itworld.co.kr.
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