Microsoft has just confirmed the acquisition of Israeli IT security startup Hexadine, which will join the company’s Windows and Devices Group to improve Microsoft’s enterprise security offerings.
China has new cybersecurity laws which require software companies, and other technology suppliers to reveal their source code in order to prove that their software isn’t hackable, and Microsoft isn’t happy.
This week Microsoft showcases multiple new Azure offerings, Microsoft’s CEO reveals the company’s new philosophy and thinking about “learn it all”, charts revealing different countries biggest cybersecurity issues have been published by Microsoft and more.
Microsoft’s director of program management at Windows enterprise and security, Rob Lefferts, recently delved into the added security benefits provided by the current public release of Windows 10 and detailed several security features coming with the Anniversary Update due in … Read more
Last year, Microsoft acknowledged that macro-malware was on the rise and now, a year later, they’ve implemented new security protocols in the latest update to Office 2016 to help combat this problem and keep users safe. In a recent post … Read more
The Intercept – the government-busting news site funded by EBay founder Pierre Omidyar that popped up following Snowden – has dug up some not-exactly-new feature of Windows 10 for probing, which is automatic device encryption and key storage on OneDrive. Since … Read more