Microsoft Brings Its Windows 10 Antivirus Arsenal to Linux
Microsoft keeps extending its Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) to more platforms beyond Windows, and today it’s the turn of Linux to meet this security suite.
The software giant has shipped a public preview of Microsoft Defender ATP for Linux, explaining that this release is based on feedback it received from customers across the world.
Microsoft Defender ATP isn’t Microsoft’s antivirus engine that protects Windows 10, but a full platform whose purpose is to give enterprises an advanced arsenal of security tools to prevent, detect, and respond to advanced threats happening in their networks.
Android and iOS versions also on their way
Microsoft Defender ATP is already integrated with a series of other Microsoft products aimed at the enterprise, including Skype for Business, Azure Security Center, Office 365 ATP, Azure ATP, and Microsoft Cloud App Security.
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