Securing the cloud and edge
Microsoft is aiming to bring a greater degree of intelligence to its capabilities for securing its cloud, edge and productivity offerings. In connection with the RSA security conference in San Francisco, Microsoft said that new functionality and features will help to enable a more-secure connected landscape.
"Microsoft is announcing new offerings to take security more squarely to where it needs to go and where it has not effectively gone before – the edge," the company said in a blog post. "Today we’re unveiling a series of new services and features that will better harden not only our intelligent cloud but also the billions of connected devices that live on its edge. And we’re supporting these advances with new offerings that will making security easier for our customers to manage."
What follows are five things to know about Microsoft's latest security offerings.