Windows and Devices Partners: Sign up for the March 16 community call
The next Windows and Devices Partners community call is on Thursday, March 16 at 12:00PM Eastern Time, 9:00AM Pacific Time. This month’s call will provide an introduction and overview of Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP). Raviv Tamir, Microsoft Principal Group Program Manager for Windows Defender ATP, will walk through the product, explain the talking points for your customer conversations, and discuss how to deliver a demo to your customers.
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection – Detect advanced attacks and remediate breaches
No additional deployment and infrastructure. Continuously up-to-date; lower costs.
Behavior-based, cloud-powered breach detection
Actionable, correlated alerts for known and unknown adversaries. Real-time and historical data.
Rich timeline for investigation
Easily understand scope of breach. Data pivoting across endpoints. Deep files and URLs analysis.
Unique threat intelligence knowledge base
Unparalleled threat optics provides detailed actor profiles. First- and third-party threat intelligence data.
- Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection
- Windows Security
- Microsoft Secure website
- Microsoft Cybersecurity Blog
- Microsoft Security Response Center
- Follow Microsoft Safer Online on Twitter
Windows Accelerate funding
Windows Accelerate Funds are available to qualified partners for eligible customer engagements, including hosting a two-day customer workshop that introduces the concepts of Windows Security and Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection. Partners are required to have the Windows and Devices competency and be a BIF supplier to use this funding.
Windows and Devices Partner Community
- Sign up for the March 16 partner call
- Community call schedule
- Yammer group
- Blog series
- Training and enablement
We look forward to continuing the conversation with you about the Windows 10 opportunity. We use our Windows and Devices Partner Community calls, blog posts, and Yammer group to share information and connect with you. If you’re serious about building and sustaining a profitable Windows practice, and want in-depth assistance, email WinRecruit@microsoft.com or post your question in the Yammer group.