Microsoft is planning to fight online security threats directly with a new Cyber Defense Operations Center. The company announced the new center as part of its Microsoft Government Cloud Forum it held in Washington, D.C.
Microsoft says it has three goals in online security: protecting any endpoints that could be accessed, along with detecting any threats to those endpoints. Finally, Microsoft wants to respond more quickly to those threats and shut them down. The Cyber Defense Operations Center is a way to do just that. Microsoft says:
The company also announced the formation of the Microsoft Enterprise Cybersecurity Group, a group of experts that can be available to help business and enterprise customers with their online security needs.
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