United States























































What’s New in Windows 8.1 Security

53
Total points
Average User Rating:
(14)
10%
Complete
Bonus points for course completion: 15
Add to My Learning Plan
 
You must sign in and try the content to rate it. Do you want to sign in?

In this course, you will learn from the Windows Engineering Leads about the advances in security for Windows 8.1 across the three core investment areas of modern access control, malware presence, and information protection. The course will dive into key topics, such as authentication and multifactor access control. Other topics include tamper resistance hardware through UEFI, TPM, pervasive encryption, and protecting corporate data in a "bring your own device" (BYOD) world.

02 | Malware Resistance
9 Points -  Level 300
01 | Information Protection
01 | Information Protection
30 Minutes
4 Points
02 | Malware Resistance
02 | Malware Resistance
20 Minutes
4 Points
03 | Windows Defender
03 | Windows Defender
27 Minutes
4 Points
04 | Modern Access Control
04 | Modern Access Control
70 Minutes
4 Points

About this Module

Find out more about the biggest area of investment in Windows 8.1—malware resistance. Learn about improved and new security features, such as UEFI, TPM, Trusted and Measured Boot, ASLR, DEP, App Container, and SmartScreen.

Additional Materials and Self Assessment

                     
Subject
To
Message