Security with Windows 10: Understanding and deploying Device Guard

Published by: 1E

According to a 2015 report by the Ponemon Institute, organisations receive almost 17,000 malware alerts in a typical week. Only 19% of these are deemed reliable, and of those 3,218 alerts, a more 705 are subsequently investigated. This suggests that organisations lack the resources and expertise to properly protect themselves.


An omniscient strategy is required. Such a strategy has long been considered tantamount to the 'holy grail' of endpoint security - but in this whitepaper from 1E, find out how Microsoft Device Guard makes this ideal close to a reality.


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