CSC Briefing - Window10 device management by Microsoft Intune
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Online via Zoom
Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Intune) is a cloud-based service supporting management of desktop and mobile devices. ITSC has been evaluating Intune in the past few months. While Intune has many features, our implementation will first focus on window10, with emphasize on security enhancement.
Under Intune, desktop will be domain joined to the cloud-based Azure AD, and optionally protected by Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP).
ATP leverages modern cybersecurity technologies (e.g. behavior detection, cloud-based sandbox verification)  not featured in traditional signature based Anti-virus tools like F-secure.  ATP has proven its effectiveness in a couple of recent attacks on the desktops piloted in ITSC.
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Online via Zoom
Recommended For
Cybersecurity Coordinators
More Information
Feature highlight:
• significant improvement in malware detection 
• better protection against attack via malware embedded in document files
• block insecure application installed from USB/CD
• SmartScreen for Microsoft Edge browser to protect access to malicious web sites
• ensure the security configuration is not tampered
• ransomware protection for user document folders
• periodic quick scan for malicious files
• monitor installation of security patches and ensure it is up to dated
• report any insecure configuration made by users
• alert to administrator for infections so that problems can be contained quickly
Speakers / Performers:
IT Security Manager

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