Are you following Zero Trust principles of verifying explicitly, using least-privileged access, and assuming breach with respect to your apps? Browse the assortment of Windows security solutions for apps and add layers of security to what you're currently using. Season your choices with some practical walkthroughs of app building, advanced endpoint management, and code integrity policies for Windows Defender Application Control.
Application control uses a Zero Trust approach to provide defense beyond traditional antivirus solutions. See how App Control works, as well as how you can enable and manage it through an allow-list. This creates a circle of trusted applications, while blocking the rest.
App Control + WDAC + Smart App Control + Windows 11 + LOB + Circle of Trust + Block Rules + Reputation + Intune + Policies
What is Application Guard and how does it work? Learn about this hardware isolation approach and the types of devices that should use it. Specifically, read about enterprise desktops, enterprise mobile laptops, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) mobile laptops, and personal devices.
After browsing the capabilities of AppLocker, learn when to use it and how to install it. Read additional considerations for virtualization and security, as well as guidance to create application control policies setting by setting. Additional guides are linked for use in different scenarios.
App Control + AppLocker + WDAC + DLL + AD RMS + ACL + ActiveX + Group Policy + DoS + Virtualization + Security
If you need to safely run applications in isolation, use this lightweight desktop environment. Learn all about Windows Sandbox, prerequisites for running it, installation instructions, and usage recommendations.
Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME) helps you to secure email messages. First, familiarize yourself with message encryption, digital signatures, and prerequisites. Then follow the steps to choose S/MIME settings, encrypt or sign individual messages, read signed or encrypted messages, and finally install certificates from a received message.
Apply another defense layer to protect against phishing, malware, and downloading of potentially malicious files. Consider the benefits and the mechanism of Microsoft Defender SmartScreen. Then follow the steps to submit files for review.
Consider a new Windows 11 protection to add on top of your other security software: Smart App Control. Find common questions and answers to what it is, how it works, and all you need to know to configure Smart App Control for your context.
Apps + Windows 11 + Zero Trust + Windows Security + Diagnostic Data + Antivirus + Developer + Certificate
Potentially unwanted applications (PUA) represent an evolving security risk. See how Microsoft distinguishes between unknown/unrecognized software and malware. Specifically, learn about 14 different types of malicious software. Furthermore, see how unwanted software limits your control, even if it's not malware.
If you're an app developer, learn how to manage identities in your apps. Attend this recorded session to master the Microsoft identity platform and secure your apps through compliant authentication and permissions.
What if you don't have administrator rights? Complete tasks that require elevated privileges with Microsoft Intune Endpoint Privilege Management. Learn about the prerequisites, getting started, important capabilities, and role-based access controls.
Intune + EPM + Zero Trust + Windows 11 + Windows 10 + AAD + HAADJ + Policies + RBAC
Learn how Microsoft Intune's new advanced management suite takes device management to the next level. Take advantage of reduced total cost of ownership, Zero-Trust security trajectory, and help with ever-growing challenges in IT.
Endpoints + Intune + Hybrid + On-Prem + Apps + M365 + VPN + Certificates + Remote Help + Microsoft Tunnel + MAM