Microsoft made a major advertising on Windows 10 even before the release of the operating system and the company now publishes new material on its official blog, the subject of which are particularly security functions of Windows 10.

“Microsoft designed the Windows 10 operating system to be the most secure version of the Windows operating system to date. To achieve this goal, Windows 10 employs advanced and now widely available hardware features to help protect users and devices against modern cyber threats. With thousands of new malware variants discovered daily and malicious hacking techniques evolving rapidly, never before has Windows client security been more important.”

To strengthen its argument Microsoft stated that the Agency of national security of the United States is add Windows 10 in the list of software authorized for use secret needs. In addition, Surface Pro 3, Pro 4 and Book are the only devices with Windows 10 that meet the high security requirements of the agency.

Microsoft further recalls that feature Windows Hello eliminates the need for remembering passwords and promised that by the end of the year it will be integrated into each device as part of Project Evo, which is being developed jointly with Intel.

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“Finally, new identity-protection and access control features make it easier to implement two-factor authentication (2FA) across the entire enterprise, which empowers organizations to transition away from passwords. Windows 10 introduces Microsoft Passport, a new 2FA user credential built directly into the operating system that users can access with either a PIN or a new biometrics-driven capability called Windows Hello.

Together, these technologies provide a simple logon experience for users, with the robust security of multifactor authentication (MFA). Unlike third-party multifactor solutions, Microsoft Passport is designed specifically to integrate with Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and hybrid Active Directory environments and requires minimal administrative configuration and maintenance.” Source: Official Microsoft Blog.

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