PolicyPak Blog

Don’t Disable Device Guard Just Yet

Don’t Disable Device Guard Just Yet Microsoft has placed a lot of emphasis on security with Windows 10. They have introduced so many tools, including Device Guard, Credential Guard, and Windows Security Center, that it can get a bit confusing determining the role for each one. The fact that Microsoft also changes the names of… [Read More]

The Solution to Manage Virtual Desktops

The Solution to Manage Virtual Desktops Windows Virtual Desktop takes Windows 10 mobility to the next level by delivering application and desktop experiences to your users wherever they are.  For companies pursuing digital transformation or implementing a remote work strategy for their employees, WVD sounds great, and it is, except, you still have to manage… [Read More]

Why MSPs and PolicyPak are an Ideal Match

Why MSPs and PolicyPak are an Ideal Match The latter half of the decade has seen tremendous growth for Managed Service Providers. The MSP global market currently stands at nearly $170 billion at the close of 2019. This is a dramatic increase over the $107 billion dollar market it stood at in 2014. What’s more,… [Read More]

Using Credential Guard with Group Policy to stop Credential Theft

Using Credential Guard with Group Policy to stop Credential Theft What is the anatomy of a compromise? In the cases of Target, Home Depot, and many more companies, stolen credentials lead to the compromise of millions of credit card numbers. Credentials are typically stolen in a few ways: Phishing attacks that trick end users into… [Read More]

Azure AD, Intune and Group Policy: What’s in (and not in) the box

Azure AD, Intune and Group Policy: What’s in (and not in) the box It was roughly twenty years ago that Microsoft unveiled Group Policy. Since then it has become the “go-to” tool for managing and securing the windows desktop across the domain. Group Policy has been the way admins shore up security because Windows is… [Read More]

Preparing for the Coronavirus Challenge

Preparing Your Organization for the Coronavirus Challenge Up until now, remote work programs made up a small part of the work force for most organizations.  It made perfect sense for some positions such as sales people, project managers or specialized tech support. Some companies allowed employees to work from home one day a week as… [Read More]