Cybersecurity was a hot topic today. We continue to see cybersecurity threats evolve and the widespread shift to remote work over the past year has stretched teams and opened new vectors, amplifying the need for airtight cyber defenses.
As Microsoft CVP Vasu Jakkal said the potential toll of a data breach “is not just in the financial cost to governments, organizations, and individuals, but it’s that very human cost in time, in peace of mind, and a loss of the sense of control over one’s environment.” As our customers become increasingly aware of this ever-mounting risk, they’re turning to our partner network for the solutions and guidance they need to stay protected. This opens a major opportunity to help them adopt a Zero Trust framework, build cyber resilience, and manage their organizational risk.
To help you meet the ever-evolving needs of your customers, constantly investing to improve the security tools and guidance is needed. Below, are notable security, compliance and identity-related announcements from Microsoft this year.
Within Security, we highlighted new integrated and modernized capabilities across Microsoft Defender and Microsoft Azure Sentinel, including:
For Compliance, we unveiled new capabilities in Microsoft Information Protection, including:
In Identity, we announced:
The cyber landscape will continue to evolve, and it’s never been more important for organizations—of all shapes, sizes, and industries—to be ready to fight off attackers. We’re committed to working with you to help protect our customers and the full Microsoft ecosystem.
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