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Microsoft Copilot for Security: The great equalizer for government security 

Microsoft Copilot for Security is the first generative AI security product that will help defend organizations at machine speed and scale. It combines the most advanced GPT4 model from OpenAI with a Microsoft-developed security model, powered by Microsoft Security’s unique expertise, global threat intelligence, and comprehensive security products.

Simplify endpoint management with Microsoft Intune

Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based unified endpoint management platform that empowers IT to manage, assess, and protect apps and devices.

Join us at InfoSec Jupyterthon 2024 

Jupyter notebooks are continuing to grow in popularity in information security as an alternative or supplement to mainstream security operations center (SOC) tools. Notebooks can be used interactively for threat detection and response, or as automated tasks in a larger pipeline. Their flexibility and ability to combine code, data analysis, and visualization in a single, […]

Midnight Blizzard: Guidance for responders on nation-state attack 

The Microsoft security team detected a nation-state attack on our corporate systems on January 12, 2024, and immediately activated our response process to investigate, disrupt malicious activity, mitigate the attack, and deny the threat actor further access. The Microsoft Threat Intelligence investigation identified the threat actor as Midnight Blizzard, the Russian state-sponsored actor also known as NOBELIUM.