Defender is a device security solution specifically designed for SMEs. Your company’s devices are better protected against ransomware, malware, phishing and other threats. Defender for Business helps you identify, protect against, detect and respond to sophisticated cyberattacks, so you can maintain a high level of security.

Microsoft Defender is a Windows-integrated security system that offers several advantages:

Protection in

Microsoft Defender detects and blocks threats in real time, which can protect computers against viruses, malware and phishing attacks.

to use

Microsoft Defender is integrated into Windows, making it easy to use and manage. It does not need to be installed or configured separately.

Automatic updates

Microsoft Defender receives automatic updates for virus definitions and security policies, which can ensure that you’re always protected against the latest threats.

Integration with
other Microsoft services

Microsoft Defender can be integrated with other Microsoft services, such as Microsoft Intune and Microsoft 365, for complete, consistent protection of devices, data and applications.

Affordable cost

Microsoft Defender is included with Windows, making it inexpensive or even free for Windows users.

Advanced analysis

Microsoft Defender uses advanced analysis to detect unknown threats, which can protect computers against threats that have not yet been identified.

    Microsoft Defender, Microsoft Intune and Azure Active Directory Premium P1 offer data security features to protect businesses against IT threats.

    Microsoft Intune is an employee mobility management platform that helps companies secure mobile devices, data and applications.

    Azure Active Directory Premium P1 is an identity management service that enables companies to control access to cloud and local applications, while guaranteeing data security.

    Together, these three services enable businesses to protect their data on multiple levels, from device protection to identity and application access management.


    The pitfalls of the
    Multi-vendor approach to cybersecurity

    Using several different solutions for cybersecurity, also known as a multi-vendor approach, can have several disadvantages for an organization. Here are just a few of them:

    Management complexity

    Using several different solutions can make managing cybersecurity complex and difficult. Each solution may have a different interface and settings, requiring specific training and expertise for administrators.


    Cybersecurity solutions from different vendors can sometimes be incompatible with each other. This can lead to integration and compatibility problems, making it harder to coordinate security efforts.

    High costs

    Using multiple cybersecurity solutions often means higher costs. Each solution may have its own licensing, maintenance and support fees, which can increase overall cybersecurity expenses.

    Lack of coherence

    With different cybersecurity solutions, it can be difficult to establish consistent policies and procedures across the organization. This can lead to security gaps and inconsistencies in the way security issues are handled.

    Difficulty in detecting and responding to incidents

    When there are multiple cybersecurity solutions in place, incident detection and response can be more complicated. Correlating security events from different solutions can be difficult, which can delay response to attacks.

    Overloaded resources

    Managing multiple cybersecurity solutions can require additional resources in terms of personnel, time and effort. This can reduce the resources available for other security or strategically important initiatives.

    Lack of global visibility

    With different cybersecurity solutions, it can be difficult to gain overall security visibility of the entire network and systems. This can make it harder to identify vulnerabilities and make informed decisions about security strategy.

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