Managing the security of an enterprise environment is paramount and breaches can occur at any time, from any source, including internal threats from malicious users or administrators. In order to ensure the highest levels of security while still maintaining core functionality of your operations, areas that deserve particular attention should include implementing server hardening measures, mitigating network threats, securing files services, protecting privileged identities, restricting resource access and configuring advanced audit polices.

Security Hardening

Implement BitLocker and Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring (MBAM)
Install Security Compliance Manager (SCM) and Manage Policies
Configure Windows Defender and Third-Party Endpoint Protection Solutions
Implement AppLocker, Device Guard and Credential Guard

Network Infrastructure Security

Active/Active and Active/Passive Firewall Setup
Configure and Deploy Firewall Rules
Configure IPSec Policies
Intrusion Prevention and Intrusion Detection (IPS and IDS) Configuration
Implement Web Application Protection Policies
Implement Port Security
Configure and Deploy Access Control Lists (ACL)
Implement and Configure IEEE 802.1x Authentication and RADIUS Servers
Implement DHCP Snooping
Private VLAN Implementation

Threat Detection

Deploy Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics
Configure Auditing

Privileged Identities

Implement Privileged Access Management (PAM)
Configure Just-Enough-Administration (JEA)
Implement Just-in-Time (JIT) Administration
Deploy Enhanced Security Administrative Environments (ESAE)
Implement a Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS)

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