Alongside the announcement of down-level support for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, there is more exciting news in regards to Windows Defender ATP. Since today Windows Defender ATP Security Analytics is extended with two new security controls; BitLocker and Firewall.
In my previous blog I highlighted the Security Analytics Dashboard of the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection and how to improve your organizations security excellence covering two improvement area’s: Windows Defender Antivirus and Windows Defender Application Guard.
In this blog I’ll cover two other improvement areas: Windows Defender Exploit Guard and SmartScreen Continue reading “Part 2: Improve your endpoint security /w Windows Defender ATP & Microsoft Intune: Exploit Guard & SmartScreen”
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In my previous blog I highlighted some of the new (preview) features – Security Analytics Dashboard – of Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (WDATP). In this blog I’ll go into more details how you can improve your organizations endpoint security posture by translating the actionable recommendations into Microsoft Intune device restrictions profiles (aka policies).
Windows Defender Advance Threat Protection
Windows Defender ATP sheds light on configuration issues and provide insights to machines where security features are not configured or out of date. It does provide actionable recommendations to improve your endpoint security. The actual actionable improvement must be performed by your administrator. In this blog I’ll explain how to improve the security baseline of your endpoints by using Microsoft Intune. Continue reading “Part 1: Improve your endpoint security /w Windows Defender ATP & Microsoft Intune: Windows Defender Antivirus & Application Guard”