Today, we are pleased to announce general availability of the Microsoft Graph Security API, which empowers customers to streamline security operations and better defend their digital estate against increasing cyber threats.
As the number of security solutions and volume of security data grows, the ability to quickly extract value becomes more difficult. Integrating each new solution with existing security tools and workflows means added cost, time, and complexity. As a result, opportunities to correlate alerts and context to improve threat protection and response are often unrealized. By connecting an ecosystem of security solutions, the Microsoft Graph Security API provides a standard interface and uniform schema to integrate security alerts, unlock contextual information, and simplify security automation.
In addition to general availability, we also announced an expanded set of alerts providers, new capabilities, and more resources for developers:
Enabling a partner ecosystem
We are committed to working closely with the security ecosystem to make it simpler for our customers to integrate a variety of security solutions in their enterprise. Today, we are also announcing the following new integration partners:
In addition, Palo Alto Networks and Anomali have built upon the integrations that were showcased at the RSA Conference this Spring to make the following integrations publicly available:
Get started today:
If you’re attending Microsoft Ignite 2018, you can learn more about the security API by attending one of our sessions:
There will be a hands-on lab - HOL3001: How to build security applications using the Microsoft Graph Security API during the week for self-paced learning.
You can also stop by our demo station in the Microsoft Security area in the Modern Workplace section on the expo floor to learn about the API and see partner integration demos.
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