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Microsoft promises Windows 10 will mean two-factor auth for all • The Register

Windows 10

Windows doesn’t have the best reputation for security, but Microsoft has been outlining a series of improvements in the new operating system that it believes will stymie hackers and leave corporate data more secure.”We’re no longer facing an evolution in security threats but a revolution,” Chris Hallum, senior product manager for Windows told The Register. “The reality is that the systems currently in place don’t offer the fundamental immunity we need to deal with such threats.” Hallum outlined three key technologies Microsoft will be building into Windows 10 that will be used to add protection. More will be added before the operating system ships next year but these are the teasers that Microsoft’s sure will be included.

via Microsoft promises Windows 10 will mean two-factor auth for all • The Register.

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