- 1 To download Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021 Evaluation from Microsoft you do these steps:
- 2 What’s new in Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021
- 3 Hardware security
- 4 Operating system security
Microsoft released Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021 on 10-20-2021
To download Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021 Evaluation from Microsoft you do these steps:
Step 1: You visit here https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-10-enterprise
Step 2: You select ISO – Enterprise LTSC. Then you click Continue
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Step 4: You select 32-bit or 64-bit, language. Then you click Download
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What’s new in Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021 builds on Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019, adding premium features such as advanced protection against modern security threats and comprehensive device management, app management, and control capabilities.
The Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021 release includes the cumulative enhancements provided in Windows 10 versions 1903, 1909, 2004, 21H1, and 21H2. Details about these enhancements are provided below.
System Guard has improved a feature in this version of Windows called SMM Firmware Protection. This feature is built on top of System Guard Secure Launch to reduce the firmware attack surface and ensure that the System Management Mode (SMM) firmware on the device is operating in a healthy manner – specifically, SMM code cannot access the OS memory and secrets.
In this release, Windows Defender System Guard enables an even higher level of System Management Mode (SMM) Firmware Protection that goes beyond checking the OS memory and secrets to other resources like registers and IO.
With this improvement, the OS can detect a higher level of SMM compliance, enabling devices to be even more hardened against SMM exploits and vulnerabilities. Based on the platform, the underlying hardware and firmware, there are three versions of SMM Firmware Protection (one, two and three), with each subsequent versions offering stronger protections than the preceding ones.
There are already devices in the market today that offer SMM Firmware Protection versions one and two. SMM Firmware Protection version three This feature is currently forward-looking and requires new hardware that will be made available soon.
Windows Security app improvements now include Protection history, including detailed and easier to understand information about threats and available actions, Controlled Folder Access blocks are now in the Protection history, Windows Defender Offline Scanning tool actions, and any pending recommendations.
BitLocker and Mobile Device Management (MDM) with Azure Active Directory work together to protect your devices from accidental password disclosure. Now, a new key-rolling feature securely rotates recovery passwords on MDM-managed devices. The feature is activated whenever Microsoft Intune/MDM tools or a recovery password is used to unlock a BitLocker protected drive. As a result, the recovery password will be better protected when users manually unlock a BitLocker drive.
Windows Defender Firewall now offers the following benefits:
Reduce risk: Windows Defender Firewall reduces the attack surface of a device with rules to restrict or allow traffic by many properties, such as IP addresses, ports, or program paths. Reducing the attack surface of a device increases manageability and decreases the likelihood of a successful attack.
Safeguard data: With integrated Internet Protocol Security (IPsec), Windows Defender Firewall provides a simple way to enforce authenticated, end-to-end network communications. It provides scalable, tiered access to trusted network resources, helping to enforce integrity of the data, and optionally helping to protect the confidentiality of the data.
Extend value: Windows Defender Firewall is a host-based firewall that is included with the operating system, so there is no additional hardware or software required. Windows Defender Firewall is also designed to complement existing non-Microsoft network security solutions through a documented application programming interface (API).
The Windows Defender Firewall is also now easier to analyze and debug. IPsec behavior has been integrated with Packet Monitor (pktmon), an in-box cross-component network diagnostic tool for Windows.
Additionally, the Windows Defender Firewall event logs have been enhanced to ensure an audit can identify the specific filter that was responsible for any given event. This enables analysis of firewall behavior and rich packet capture without relying on other tools.
Windows Defender Firewall also now supports Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL); You can add rules for WSL process, just like for Windows processes. For more information, see Windows Defender Firewall now supports Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).
Attack surface area reduction – IT admins can configure devices with advanced web protection that enables them to define allow and deny lists for specific URL’s and IP addresses. Next generation protection – Controls have been extended to protection from ransomware, credential misuse, and attacks that are transmitted through removable storage.
- Integrity enforcement capabilities – Enable remote runtime attestation of Windows 10 platform.
- Tamper-proofing capabilities – Uses virtualization-based security to isolate critical Microsoft Defender for Endpoint security capabilities away from the OS and attackers. Platform support – In addition to Windows 10, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint’s functionality has been extended to support Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 clients, as well as macOS, Linux, and Windows Server with both its Endpoint Detection (EDR) and Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) capabilities.
Advanced machine learning: Improved with advanced machine learning and AI models that enable it to protect against apex attackers using innovative vulnerability exploit techniques, tools and malware.
Emergency outbreak protection: Provides emergency outbreak protection which will automatically update devices with new intelligence when a new outbreak has been detected.
Certified ISO 27001 compliance: Ensures that the cloud service has analyzed for threats, vulnerabilities and impacts, and that risk management and security controls are in place.
Geolocation support: Support geolocation and sovereignty of sample data as well as configurable retention policies.
Improved support for non-ASCII file paths for Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Auto Incident Response (IR).
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