Microsoft recently announced that Microsoft Defender ATP is now available for Linux and Android. Microsoft Defender ATP is generally available for Linux and entered a public preview for Android.
Microsoft Defender ATP for Linux supports recent versions of the six most common Linux Server distributions:
- RHEL 7.2+
- CentOS Linux 7.2+
- Ubuntu 16 LTS, or higher LTS
- SLES 12+
- Debian 9+
- Oracle Linux 7.2
Microsoft notes that it can be deployed and configured using Puppet, Ansible, or using your existing Linux configuration management tool.
For the Android version, Microsoft Defender ATP will provide web protection (anti-phishing, blocking unsafe connections, custom indicators), malware protections, blocking access to sensitive data and more.
Both new offerings require a Microsoft Defender ATP license.