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Microsoft Issues Security Configs Guidance for Windows 10

April 12, 2019

New SECCON framework gives five levels of DEFCON-like advice for securing endpoints

Microsoft this week rolled out a new security framework to help administrators lock down Windows 10 endpoints based on five typical device scenarios in a business setting. The five levels in the new SECCON framework are designed to mimic the well-known DEFCON levels and provide specific guidance for endpoint configurations along with primary and compensating controls, policies, and behaviors.