This blog post is an introduction of a series of blogs to cover the game changing risk-based approach Microsoft Defender ATP offers to the discovery, prioritization, and remediation of endpoint vulnerabilities and misconfigurations.
As mentioned in “The evolution of Microsoft Threat Protection” by Debraj Ghosh, PM of Microsoft Threat Protection, security comes
in general with two responsibilities: 1) Security Operations (SecOps) and 2) Security Administrations (SecAdmins).
SecOps act by incident response via a centralized alert view and powerful hunting capabilities enabling ad-hoc investigations.
SecAdmins will gain the visibility, control, and guidance necessary to understand and act on the threats currently impacting their organization, as well as information on past and future threats.
In this series of blogs I will focus exclusively on the responsibility of a SecAdmin and all aspects that Microsoft Defender ATP has to offer in regards. Therefore we kick off this serie starting with Configuration Management and Threat & Vulnerability Management.Continue reading “Microsoft Defender ATP’s diary: From a SecAdmin’s Perspective”