Ten Enterprise Windows Security Best Practices You Need To Know

1. Keep Windows Up to Date

2. Switch Off Any Services You’re Not Using

3. Disable Any Ports That You Don’t Need

4. Don’t Forget Your VMs!

5. Stay on Top of Third-Party Patching

6. Office 365 Shops Should Check Their Secure Score

7. Make Sure You Have a Documented Desktop Configuration Policy

8. Use Multi-Factor Authentication

9. Have an Incident Response Plan in Place

10. Have Employees Sign a Security Awareness Agreement

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