Microsoft Threat Protection will be available for Android/iOS soon
Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is Microsoft’s comprehensive endpoint protection software for enterprise users that can be used to monitor various security events.
In a recent blog post from Microsoft, the company announced Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection is available for Linux and will launch iOS and Android versions within the year.
The main feature of this solution is that it can cover all devices in the enterprise in an all-round way, and the enterprise network administrator can quickly browse the security status from the console.
Of course, as described above, this anti-virus software is aimed at enterprises even if it launches iOS and Android versions, so home users and ordinary consumers cannot use it.
Microsoft also writes about the benefits of this endpoint protection software, such as the ability to monitor security threats, manage device vulnerabilities, and quickly deploy vulnerability mitigations.
It also integrates the latest protection features developed by the Microsoft security team to block threats and malware, endpoint detection and response to detect advanced cyber attacks.
For enterprises, if necessary, they can also conduct automated investigations after the attack, and the software will provide remedial measures to allow the enterprise to quickly strengthen the defense.
More new features and benefits Microsoft will introduce in detail at the RSA Conference 2020 Security Summit hosted by Dell on February 24th – 28th, 2020.
In addition, Microsoft launched the Microsoft Threat Protection continuous threat protection service to all enterprises, which provides multiple security protection features.
It can also be combined with Microsoft Defender ATP, Office 365 ATP, Azure ATP authentication, and MCAS application protection to enhance protection.