Security Alert ? 2 Critical Security Alerts In The Past Week: Firefox And Windows : CryptoCurrency
Managing your alerts and classifying true/false positives helps to train your threat protection solution and can reduce the number of false positives or false negatives over time. Taking these steps also helps reduce noise in your queue so that your security team can focus on higher priority work items.
Security Alert – 2 Critical Security Alerts in the past week: Firefox and Windows : CryptoCurrency
For more information about suppressing alerts, see Manage Defender for Endpoint alerts. And, if your organization is using a security information and event management (SIEM) server, make sure to define a suppression rule there, too.
Indicators (specifically, indicators of compromise, or IoCs) enable your security operations team to define the detection, prevention, and exclusion of entities. For example, you can specify certain files to be omitted from scans and remediation actions in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. Or, indicators can be used to generate alerts for certain files, IP addresses, or URLs.
We recommend using Full automation for automated investigation and remediation. Don't turn these capabilities off because of a false positive. Instead, use "allow" indicators to define exceptions, and keep automated investigation and remediation set to take appropriate actions automatically. Following this guidance helps reduce the number of alerts your security operations team must handle.
If we detect a suspicious login or when you log in to your Twitter account from a new device for the first time, we will send you a push notification within the Twitter app, or via email as an extra layer of security for your account. Login alerts are only sent following new logins through Twitter for iOS and Android, twitter.com, and mobile web.