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Secure your privileged administrative accounts with a phased roadmap

Secure your privileged administrative accounts with a phased roadmap

In my role, I often meet with CISOs and security architects who are updating their security strategy to meet the challenges of continuously evolving attacker techniques and cloud platforms. A frequent topic is prioritizing security for their highest value assets, ... continue reading
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Update 1810 for Configuration Manager current branch is now available

Update 1810 for Configuration Manager current branch is now available. In this release we have focused on simplification of your Configuration Manager infrastructure and added functionality to make it easier to stay up to date with Windows and Office. We ... continue reading
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How to help maintain security compliance

This is the last post in our eight-blog series on deploying Intelligent Security scenarios. To read the previous entries, check out the Deployment series page. Your employees need to access, generate, and share organizational information ranging from extremely confidential to ... continue reading

Security baseline (FINAL) for Windows 10 v1809 and Windows Server 2019

Microsoft is pleased to announce the final release of the security configuration baseline settings for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (a.k.a., version 1809, “Redstone 5” or “RS5”), and for Windows Server 2019. For now, download the content here: Windows-10-1809-Security-Baseline-FINAL. It ... continue reading
What’s new in Windows Defender ATP

What’s new in Windows Defender ATP

Across Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (Windows Defender ATP) engineering and research teams, innovation drives our mission to protect devices in the modern workplace. Our goal is to equip security teams with the tools and insights to protect, detect, investigate, ... continue reading

Update on Windows Server 2019 availability

This blog post was authored by Vinicius Apolinario, Senior Technical Product Manager, Windows Server. On October 2, 2018, we announced the availability of Windows Server 2019 and Windows Server, version 1809. Later that week, we paused the rollout of these ... continue reading
The evolution of Microsoft Threat Protection, November update

The evolution of Microsoft Threat Protection, November update

At Ignite 2018, we announced Microsoft Threat Protection, a comprehensive, integrated solution securing the modern workplace across identities, endpoints, user data, cloud apps, and, infrastructure (Figure 1). The foundation of the solution is the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph, which correlates ... continue reading
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Configure Visual Studio Code to run PowerShell for Windows and PowerShell Core Simultaneously

I'm a PowerShell fan and have recently adopted PowerShell Core as my version of choice. If you are not familiar with PowerShell Core, it is a cross platform (Windows, Linux, and macOS) version of PowerShell based on .NET Core. That ... continue reading
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How to Configure Visual Studio Code to run PowerShell for Windows and PowerShell Core Simultaneously

I'm a PowerShell fan and have recently adopted PowerShell Core as my version of choice. If you are not familiar with PowerShell Core, it is a cross platform (Windows, Linux, and macOS) version of PowerShell based on .NET Core. That ... continue reading
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