Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Explained

Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Explained



Comparing the different Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) solutions: Microsoft Defender ATP, Azure ATP, and Office 365 ATP. What are the options, and what do they give you?

By the time this video uploaded, MS announced another rebranding:
• Microsoft Defender ATP will be renamed to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
• Office 365 ATP will be renamed to Microsoft Defender for Office 365
• Azure ATP will be renamed to Microsoft Defender for Identity

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Links to subscriptions that include ATP solutions:
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Office 365 ATP / Defender for O365 (Standalone):

M365 Business Premium (O365 ATP P1 / Defender for O365):

EM+S E5 (Azure ATP / Defender for Identity)

Office 365 E5 (O365 ATP P2 / Defender for Identity):

Microsoft 365 E5 (All ATP / Defender Plans):

Video timestamps:
0:00 – Introduction
1:31 – MS Defender ATP
4:16 – Azure ATP
7:22 – Office 365 ATP
10:20 – Subscriptions

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12 thoughts on “Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Explained

  1. Update: By the time this video uploaded, MS announced another rebranding:
    Microsoft Defender ATP will be renamed to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

    Office 365 ATP will be renamed to Microsoft Defender for Office 365

    Azure ATP will be renamed to Microsoft Defender for Identity

  2. Brilliant video! I've spoken directly with MSFT people about their ATP solutions since my last post, but your explanation was far and away more clear, more succinct, and more enjoyable than listening to them.

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