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Corrata and Microsoft

Corrata and Microsoft Defender ATP Partnership
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Today’s mobile work-forces are exposed to critical threats including phishing, malware infection, and data leakage when outside the corporate network. Implementing a made-for-mobile internet security solution is quickly becoming a critical priority for security conscious organizations. Best in class organizations look to tightly integrate their mobile security operations with their broader endpoint protection capability.

With this in mind Corrata has partnered with Microsoft to integrate with their Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (MDATP) solution. The collaboration brings together Corrata’s unique Security and Control Solution and Microsoft’s Defender ATP to detect, protect and respond to security threats on iOS and Android devices.

How does integration work?
As a result of this collaboration Microsoft customers will be able to more rapidly detect and respond to critical security threats on iOS and Android devices on any network. With the integration of Microsoft Defender ATP and Corrata, corporate IT teams will have a "single pane of glass” for all device platforms to detect, investigate and defend against any potential threats. Microsoft Defender ATP users can investigate mobile security threats directly from within the Microsoft Defender Security Center. Together the two solutions provide an integrated view of an organization’s and a user’s threat status which improves the speed, productivity and effectiveness of threat management. Customer experience is at the core of everything we do at Corrata. Working closely with Microsoft ensures that the integration of the Corrata solution and Microsoft Defender ATP is simple and easy for customers to implement.

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