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Recommendations for deploying the latest Attack surface reduction rules for maximum impact

The keystone to good security hygiene is limiting your attack surface. Attack surface reduction is a technique to remove or constrain exploitable behaviors in your systems. In this blog, we discuss the two attack surface reduction rules introduced in the most recent release of Windows and cover suggested deployment methods and best practices. Software applications

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Why the Pipeline Cybersecurity Initiative is a critical step

Working together with government to push a more coordinated effort around infrastructure securityparticularly pipelines and utilitiesis critical. The new Pipeline Cybersecurity Initiative will help ensure that additional resources, information-sharing, and coordination will help mitigate additional cyber-related risks against the U.S. energy industry in the coming years.

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Step 5. Set up mobile device management: top 10 actions to secure your environment

The Top 10 actions to secure your environment series outlines fundamental steps you can take with your investment in Microsoft 365 security solutions. In Step 5. Set up mobile device management, youll learn how to plan your Microsoft Intune deployment and set up Mobile Device Management (MDM) as part of your Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) strategy.

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The evolution of Microsoft Threat Protection, February update

Learn about the latest enhancements to Microsoft Threat Protection, the premier solution for securing the modern workplace across identities, endpoints, user data, apps, and infrastructure.

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