The first bundle, which will cost $12 for each seat is the Identity and Threat Management Protection package will contain security offerings across Windows 10 and enterprise mobility, including Microsoft Threat Protection, Azure Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), Defender ATP and Office 365 ATP.
The second package – which is $10 per seat – is the Information Protection and Compliance package which contains Azure Information Protection and Office 365 Advanced Compliance, and is designed to perform ongoing risk assessments.
Microsoft said it is targeting businesses that are not using the top-of-the-range Microsoft 365 E5 bundle, which already includes the capabilities. Microsoft 365 is currently available in three variants.
Microsoft 365 was launched at Inspire 2017 and last year CEO Nadella claimed Microsoft 365 is now a multibillion-dollar business.