Here are a few of Microsoft's security capabilities at Ignite 2022

Here are a few of Microsoft's security capabilities at Ignite 2022 ...

When it comes to every major event, Microsoft concentrates on cybersecurity, and it did not skimp on it at its ongoing Ignite 2022 conference. The company has revealed a wide variety of cybersecurity enhancements that are now available or are coming soon across various components.

Both Microsoft Defender for DevOps and Microsoft Defender Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) are in the works, while Servers P2 will provide excellent Microsoft Defender Vulnerability Management capabilities. You may also see the link here if you want to save money on Defender for Endpoint Plan 1 and Plan 2 licenses.

Microsoft has revealed that ransomware attacks will now be automaticly disrupted, reducing an organization''s recovery costs.

Microsoft Intune will serve as the firm''s endpoint management family, including the Configuration Manager. Other add-ons to the company are the Microsoft Tunnel for mobile app management (MAM) coming in January and endpoint privilege management, which is now in preview. An Advanced Management Suite will also launch in March 2023, with enhanced certificate-based authentication (preview), conditional access authentication context (generally available) and Workload Identities.

A few more small announcements have been made in tow, as well:

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