Chapter 9: Keeping Your Windows Client Secure

In this chapter, you will learn about the best practices and techniques that are used to keep the Windows operating system (OS) secure. So far, we have covered many technologies that make up a robust and well-rounded security program. This includes administration and management tools, hardware security, network security, and an identity management program. This chapter, along with Chapter 10, Keeping Your Windows Server Secure, will cover the core of what this book is about, directly securing and hardening the OS that your users use.

Securing your Windows client is a critical task, and it is one that requires ongoing maintenance and operation in order to protect your devices as vulnerabilities continue ...

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