Microsoft EMS Components – Advanced Threat Analytics

The Enterprise at Risk – Advanced Threat Analytics – Statistics. Source: Microsoft
The Enterprise at Risk – Advanced Threat Analytics – Statistics. Source: Microsoft

This article is the fifth and last in the series “What is Microsoft Mobility Suite?“. These days we cannot stop talking about cyber threats, hacking and data breaches to the enterprise. How much data has Corporation X admitted to have lost or negligently disregarded? These are all valid concerns that should not be taken lightly; and oversimplifying this issue is making a great disservice to the public.

What is Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics?

It is the public’s data we are talking about and who end up suffering for the negligence of many, many corporations, though not all. Responsible enterprises protect data by having a set of services that prevent intrusions and data breaches. Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite includes the Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics service. This article will cover what Advanced Threat Analytics is and how it works. This service is one of the best solutions to overly complicated and expensive alternatives. By leveraging the power Azure and their other cloud services; Microsoft’s Advanced Threat Analytics offers a wide range of integrated solutions that help analyze behavior, detect malicious attacks and search for known threats with the common goal of preventing data breaches by reducing the size of breach vectors.

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