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Windows 10 Security: How to Configure Advanced Security Features

Windows 10 Security: How to Configure Advanced Security Features

Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

System and information security are critical elements of doing business in today’s connected world. As more companies dive deeper into digital transformations, more data is being stored, used and shared through these connected systems both internally and externally. The implementation of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe in May means there’s potential for severe financial consequences if that data is not properly protected. The first line of defense for companies are the client machines being used by their end users.

As Windows 7 approaches its final year of lifecycle support, Windows 10 will become the operating system of choice on those end user devices. Since it was released in July 2015, Microsoft has continued to improve the enterprise-level security features of Windows 10, and its interwoven system of local and cloud-based protections enhance businesses’ ability to protect company data. This webinar will focus on those enhancements to provide you the insight to properly configure and use advanced security features in Windows 10.

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 Harjit Dhaliwal, Microsoft MVP and an IT professional.

Experienced Senior System Administrator specializing in Windows-based technologies with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Windows Servers, Windows 10, System Center Suite (SCCM, SCOM), Microsoft Intune, Office 365, patch management, virtualization, security, desktop imaging (OSD), application packaging, print server management, technology training, PowerShell, and VMware (vSphere and Horizon View).


 Rich Hay, Senior Content Producer, IT Pro Today

Rich writes content for ITPro Today that focuses on Windows and User Productivity. Topics he typically covers are Windows 10/8/7; ChromeOS; Office 365; PowerShell; Google Apps; MacOS, and ActiveDirectory.