“Microsoft Threat Protection” is a suite of products designed to protect enterprise users as announced at Ignite conference this month:

https://redmondmag.com/articles/2018/09/26/microsoft-threat-protection-security-bundle.aspx

Microsoft Threat Protection, a newly assembled bundle of security solutions for enterprise organizations, was announced this week as part of the ongoing Microsoft Ignite event. The product doesn’t contain any new security solutions and that’s a deliberate strategy taken by Microsoft, according to Adam Hall, director of security product marketing at Microsoft, during a Tuesday Ignite session. The idea behind Microsoft Threat Protection is to provide optimal security with minimal complexity for enterprises.

Hall said that organizations should be operating in a world where you assume a security breach has occurred, and assume that you’ve been attacked. Moreover, anything can serve as an attack vector, from smartphones to laptops to Internet of Things (IoT) sensors. Microsoft’s approach is to stay one step ahead by correlating collected security information, namely “6.5 trillion signals per day,” which is done using Microsoft Graph information collected from consumers and businesses using Microsoft products. Microsoft additionally uses the expertise of “3,500+ in-house security specialists” to analyze threats, according to Microsoft’s announcement.