Great Infographic from Microsoft

Cyber-attacks are getting more sophisticated—often using social engineering, zero-day vulnerabilities, and even misconfiguration to break into corporate networks. Thousands of such attacks were reported in 2015 alone.

With Windows 10, you can help safeguard your organization from modern-day malware and cybercrime with several layers of advanced threat resistance, including:

  • Microsoft Edge, the innovative browser which uses sandboxing technology—isolating it from the operating system (OS) and plugins—to help prevent the OS from being compromised if a breach occurs.
  • Device Guard, which provides rigorous access controls that help prevent malware and untrusted apps from running on your devices.
  • Windows Defender, an antivirus and antimalware software that scans files and attachments before downloading—or even when importing files from a USB stick.
  • Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), the new service which helps detect threats that have made it past other defenses, providing information to investigate breaches across endpoints and offering recommendations on how to respond.

Learn more about how Windows Defender ATP can help your organization defeat modern cyber threats. Infographic Link:


Liam Cleary

Liam began his career as a Trainer of all things computer-related. He quickly realized that programming, breaking, and hacking was a lot more fun. He spent the next few years working within core infrastructure and security services until he found SharePoint. He is the founder and owner of SharePlicity, a consulting company that focuses on all areas of Technology. His role within SharePlicity is to help organizations implement technology that will enhance internal and external collaboration, document and records management, automate business processes, and of course security controls and protection. He is also a Microsoft MVP focusing on Architecture but also crosses the boundary into Development. He is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). His specialty over the past few years has been security in SharePoint and its surrounding platforms. He can often be found at user groups or conferences speaking, offering advice, spending time in the community, teaching his kids how to code, raspberry PI programming, hacking the planet or building Lego robots.

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