I’m thrilled to be speaking again at Microsoft Ignite (spring edition). In fall 2020 I already had the chance to speak about Zero Trust in 2020 in front of a fully packed session. Table Talks in my oppinion are a very smooth and successful way to interact with experts on specific topics all around the globe. That’s why I’m really excited to be nominated to speak with Gokan Ozcifci, Dr. Mike Jankowski-Lorek, Paula Januszkiewicz and Tomas Vileikis about The Future of Cybersecurity.Continue reading
Category: Windows 10
2019 was already an incredible year. I was allowed to be on stages this year that I would never have dreamed of. Fantastic!
Definitely an absolute highlight has been RSA 2019, where I was invited to speak with my buddy Josh Harriman about “The Lost Boys: How Linux and Mac Intersect in a Windows-Centric Security World”. An awesome experience to be on stage with an expert like Josh!
Now two more top conferences are casting their shadow – Microsoft Ignite and ExpertsLive Europe.Continue reading
in the previous post we’ve focused on the authentication technique of Kerberos, we went through the 3 way handshake and had a look at the encryption types. With that in mind we will have a look at golden ticket attacks.
within the last year, we have focused on Windows Defender ATP and ran through several PoCs. I’ve prepared several scenarios for you, where I will guide you trough WDATP from the tenant creation to high end scenarios. In this first post, we will go through the tenant creation process itself.
from time to time I consult customers in the configuration of Windows 10 AppLocker. I really love AppLocker because it’s super simple, reliable and enterprise ready in terms of administrative overhead. Furthermore it’s the recommended tool for the configuration of unwanted / not needed apps within Windows 10. But sometimes AppLocker kind of “breaks” my Windows 10 start menu and stops Apps from strarting up. Although the AppLocker enforcement is disabled.
The current Windows 10 Insider Build 16257 includes upcoming features of Redstone 3 and Windows 10 1709. Also included are all the features of the Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG). The feature will work like a sandbox. The feature is intended to prevent malicious content and downloaded files from harming the system. After surfing, the isolated tab closes and clears all malicious code together with the temporary container. Admins can already create Whitelists from harmless pages that start in conventional Edge windows. Pages not listed then open in an application guard container within Edge.
With the Windows 10 Creators Update (1703) we have received a possibility to configure the “Windows Settings”. The Windows settings are the new, unified system control menu that was introduced with Windows 10. This menu is particularly critical because many of the Enterprise’s unsuitable features can be configured through this menu. This created the need to remove or hide specific settings.
I had the honor to present a session on “Microsoft Tech Summit“ serie or „Microsoft Cloud Summit“ in Frankfurt. My session was about „Implement Windows as a Service: Understand how to do it“.
I had the honor to present a session on “Microsoft Tech Summit“ serie or „Microsoft Cloud Summit“ in Frankfurt. My session was about „Enhance Windows 10 deployment: what’s new with Windows 10 deployment?“.
With Windows 10 Microsoft released a product called Windows Store for Business or Private Store. Today we will have a look at how you can manage apps out of Store for Business with Microsoft Intune. This is also Part 6 of the Windows Store for Business series:
- Part 1: Windows Store and Windows Store for Business – Overview
- Part 2: Windows Store for Business – Functionality overview
- Part 3: Windows Store for Business – Manage Access to the Windows Store
- Part 4: Windows Store for Business – Add an online app to your store
- Part 5: Windows Store for Business – Managing Apps with Configuration Manager
- Part 6: Windows Store for Business – Manage Apps with Microsoft Intune
- Part 7: Windows Store for Business – Sideloading Apps with PowerShell and DISM