An Introduction of UEFI Secure Boot in Windows 10 Enterprise

As a firmware interface standard to replace BIOS (Basic Input/Output System), UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) specification has been a collective effort by UEFI Forum members for a while. UEFI is in essence an abstraction layer between firmware and OS, and independent of device hardware and architecture. Which provides flexibility for supporting multiple and various…


My Presentation on Windows 10 Security at ISSA Alamo Chapter

I had a chance to speak about Windows 10 security and met great folks in San Antonio. My topic was  “Facing increasing malware threats and a growing trend of BYOD with Windows 10” and here’s  the presentation.  Filed under: security, windows 10 Tagged: apt, authentication, credential guard, device guard, malware, mfa, pass the hash


(Part 2) Deploying Windows 10: How to Migrate Users and User Data to Windows 10

Yung Chou, Kevin Remde and Dan Stolts continue their TechNet Radio multi-part Windows 10 series and in part 2 they showcase free tools like the User State Migration Toolkit (USMT)  that can easily migrate users and user data to Windows 10 from Windows XP, 7 and 8. Filed under: Memo, private cloud, TechNet Radio, windows…


Don’t Kid Yourself to Use the Same Password with Multiple Sites

I am starting a series of Windows 10 contents with much on security features. A number of topics including Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), hardware- and virtualization-based securities like Credential Guard and Device Guard, Windows as a Service are all included in upcoming posts. These features are not only signature deliveries of Windows 10, but significant initiatives…