Businesses worldwide are moving toward secure-by-design and secure-by-default strategies, which treat security as a business requirement, not just a technical feature.
With a secure-by-default strategy, businesses can proactively reduce risk and exposure to threats because products have security features already built in and enabled.
We’re happy to tell you that Microsoft built Windows 11 to be secure by design and secure by default. Because in Windows 11, hardware and software work together to shrink the attack surface, protect system integrity, and shield valuable data. Windows 11 is designed with layers of security enabled by default, so you can focus on your work, not your security settings. Out-of-the-box features such as credential safeguards, malware shields and application protection.
Download this Windows security guide to learn more about how Windows 11 supports Microsoft’s security-by-design and default strategy.