Micosoft launched Defender ATP for Linux

Microsoft is excited to announce general availability of Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) for Linux. We already saw when Microsoft Defender ATP arrived for Linux.

Microsoft Defender ATP
for Linux supports recent versions of the most widely used Gnu/Linux distributions as a Server:

RHEL 7.2+
CentOS Linux 7.2+
Ubuntu 16 LTS, or higher LTS
SLES 12+
Debian 9+
Oracle Linux 7.2

It can be deployed and configured using Puppet, Ansible, or using your existing Linux configuration management tool.

Microsoft Defender ATP

You can also use the ATP’s client shell interface to initiate scans, and manage threats. Once set up, though, you’d usually monitor your servers with the Microsoft Defender Security Center.

After Microsoft released the news that Microsoft Defender ATP now rates your security configurations

Microsoft Secure Score for Devices

Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) now gives your devices and network a security score that tells admins the health of their environment

Your score for devices is visible in the Threat & Vulnerability Management dashboard of the Microsoft Defender Security Center. A higher Microsoft Secure Score for Devices means your endpoints are more resilient from cybersecurity threat attacks. It reflects the collective security configuration state of your devices across the following categories:

Application
Operating system
Network
Accounts
Security controls

24 june 2020    Microsoft releases Defender ATP for Linux

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