Security Center provides an overview of your defense capabilities that are enabled and disabled.
On the Alerts page in the Security Center console, you can view the defense capabilities that are enabled and disabled.
Enabled defense capabilities are not displayed by default. You can click the button on the Alerts page to view the defense capabilities.
Security Center enables all defense capabilities except application whitelist and webpage anti-tampering by default.
- Security Center Basic Edition enables only the capability of detecting unusual logons by default. To use other defense capabilities, you must upgrade Security Center to Advanced Edition or Enterprise Edition. For more information about how to upgrade Security Center, see Renewal and upgrade.
- Webpage anti-tampering is a value-added service of Security Center. To use this service, you must purchase and activate it. Webpage anti-tampering is supported by Advanced Edition and Enterprise Edition, and is not supported by Basic Edition. For more information about webpage anti-tampering, see Activate service.
- Security Center Enterprise Edition supports and enables cloud threat detection by default. To use cloud threat detection in Security Center, you must upgrade Advanced Edition to Enterprise Edition.