Name changes to Microsoft security products
News|24 September 2020
Microsoft has made name changes to several of its security products. Here is a summary of the changes you can expect to see on your resource usage:
- Microsoft Threat Protection has become Microsoft 365 Defender
- Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection has become Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
- Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection has become Microsoft Defender for Office 365
- Azure Advanced Threat Protection has become Microsoft Defender for Identity
Alternatively, take a look at the Enterprise Mobility + Security section on our Microsoft 365 page.
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