During the just completed OEM Windows Server 2012 R2 Roadshow I mentioned several ways of keeping up with different products and technologies, and that I would create a few posts that cover these in more detail. This is the seventh post in that series, and it is focused on the sessions that were delivered at the Ignite event (the successor to TechEd and several other events) in Chicago. Windows 10 security enhancements is today's area of coverage.
Windows 10: Disrupting the Revolution of Cyber-Threats with Revolutionary Security!
Disrupting the revolution of cyber-threats requires a platform with revolutionary security capabilities, and Windows 10 is rising to the occasion. In this session, we talk about technologies that can truly end the use of passwords and make multi-factor authentication the default, provide an easy to use and deploy data loss prevention (DLP) capability right in the platform, and technology that enables organizations to virtually eliminate malware threats to the Windows platform including those that come by way of the browser.
A New Era of Threat Resistance for the Windows 10 Platform
Windows 8.1 offered an enormous leap forward when it comes to threat resistance, but that was just the beginning. With Windows 10 we have an impressive lineup of new capabilities, such as Device Guard, that will deliver decisive improvements when it comes to malware and other online threats. Come join us to learn more.
The End Game for Passwords and Credential Theft?
Credential theft has become a crisis for organizations worldwide and so far the industry has really just been “talking” about moving to better solutions. The “talk” ends with Windows 10, which delivers the end game solution—one that is easy to deploy, always multi-factor, theft and phish proof, and provides true single sign-on even as you transition from on-premises to the web. Come join us to learn about how Windows 10 can help solve the credential theft crisis that you're facing.
Windows 10: Security Internal
Windows 10 continues to build on the foundation of Windows Security to deliver not only a trusted operating system experience, but also a trusted application experience. Join Chris Jackson ("The App Compat Guy") for a review of the foundation for Windows Security and how it affects the applications you write and the applications you download.
Pass the Hash and Windows 10 Security
Pass the Hash and Windows 10 Security
Next Generation Malware Detection with Windows Defender
With Windows 10 we’re making substantial changes to Windows Defender to improve its detection capabilities, resilience from tampering, and it’s ability to recover systems from some of the most difficult to remove malware. Come join us to learn more about the many new Windows Defender improvements, how it can be used on Windows Server, and can managed with System Center Endpoint Protection.
Dropping the Hammer Down on Malware Threats with Windows 10’s Device Guard
With over 300 thousand new malicious files created per day the fight against malware using traditional techniques (i.e.: signature based detection) is never-ending game of whack-a-mole. Windows 10 fundamentally changes the game for enterprise security with Device Guard which can be used to put devices into a configuration state where their incapable of running untrusted executable software. It offers protection from zero day exploits, addressed the challenges with polymorphic malware, etc. This the game changer that you’ve been waiting for and one that can address the challenges we face with malware like CryptoLocker, BlackPOS and even APTs. Please join us to learn more about this incredible new technology.
Secure Authentication with Windows Hello
With Windows 8.1 we made big investments in biometrics, but the reality is that the effort was just setting the stage for the future. With Windows 10 we remove our biometric frameworks dependencies on passwords, address bio sensor costs challenges, and will have biometrics poised for mainstreaming. Join us to learn more about our work on biometrics options such as fingerprints and other options, sensor types, and what we can expect in terms of bio enabled devices in 2015.
Black Belt Security with Windows 10
Learn why and how you should leverage the Windows 10 security technologies like Device Guard, BitLocker, AppLocker, UAC, Least Privilege and Remote Desktop Restricted Admin -mode. In this 75-minute bombardment against the Windows OS, see scary hands-on examples on how to break into an unprotected OS. If you still need to convince your boss to give you budget for implementing more security measures, you don't want to miss this!