Breaking down Microsoft cybersecurity solutionsDid you know that Microsoft is the world’s largest cybersecurity company? Revenue from their security products and services exceeded $10 billion in 2020, with major competitors such as Norton and Palo Alto Networks making $ 2.6 billion and $ 3.4 billion, respectively. This dramatic increase in cybersecurity sales can be associated with Microsoft’s investment in Microsoft 365. As the global cybersecurity situation continues to grow, similar developments will continue to grow. Due to its impressive growth, the Microsoft 365 platform now offers a range of products and features, making it difficult for even the most experienced IT professionals to move forward without them. Recognizing the confusion that can be caused by this pace of development in its ecosystem, Microsoft has devoted itself to providing essential services to better define its security vision. The following brand redesign emphasizes the term ‘Microsoft Defender’ to help define their security platform for both cloud and hybrid networks, so now you see the beginning of ‘Microsoft Defender’ in front of their many products. Defender for Endpoint is integrated with other products, collectively known as the ‘Microsoft 365 Defender’ enterprise suite.
- Microsoft Defender for Office 365
- Microsoft Defender for Identity
- Microsoft Cloud App Security
- Microsoft Defender for Endpoint