(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. is rolling out a new service for its Windows 10 operating system to help large businesses detect hackers, security threats and unusual behavior on their networks, rivaling companies like FireEye Inc. and Symantec Corp.

Called Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, the product is already being tested by a few customers and Microsoft internally, and parts of the software code will start rolling out in new versions of Windows 10. Pricing and a final release date haven’t been determined, said Yusuf Mehdi, vice president for Windows and devices.

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