Microsoft's director of program management, Windows Enterprise and Security Rob Lefferts, highlighted security related changes and improvements coming to the Windows 10 Creators Update due out in March 2017 recently in a blog post.
Microsoft focused on consumers for the most part when it revealed the Windows 10 Creators Update a couple of weeks ago.
This time, it focuses on what the future update for Windows 10 will bring to IT departments and the Enterprise, and here specifically IT security.
This does not mean that consumer editions of Windows 10 won't receive any security updates or features. The focus of the announcement however is Enterprise, and as such describes features that are limited to Enterprise customers for the most part.
It is still too early to judge the features, but from the looks of it, they may improve IT administration quite a bit when it comes to security.
You can check out the blog post for additional information and links that direct you to resources covering some of the mentioned products.
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