How To Set Defender For Endpoint To Work In Parallel When Defender Is Not The Primary A/V In The Workstation/ Server

EDR in Block Mode EDR stands for Endpoint Detection and Response. MDE has the capability to work in parallel to the 3rd party A/V running in the device. While this will not provide 100% of the tasks done by an A/V which includes real-time protection, it will help to report malicious activities.Because there is a … Continue reading How To Set Defender For Endpoint To Work In Parallel When Defender Is Not The Primary A/V In The Workstation/ Server

I’ve completed the MDE Ninja Training and it was great!

It took me sometime, but finally completed the MDE Ninja training. I got to know about this course from a local user group meetup and it hit me. This certificate is not a standard Microsoft certificate, but I would say more of an achievement celebration from Microsoft for the effort we put to learn the … Continue reading I’ve completed the MDE Ninja Training and it was great!

How to Onboard Windows Devices to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

To start hunting for threats and act on alerts, first the devices in the organisation must be onboarded to MDE. There are few onboarding methods that suites the organisation and I will be showcasing the steps of the commonly used setups. I will be focusing on Windows 10 devices in this article. And finally the … Continue reading How to Onboard Windows Devices to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

How to configure Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Advanced Features

In my previous article we saw how to enable roles and provide RBAC to specific groups. In this article I will explore on how to enable the advanced features in MDE so it will be on “God Mode” as I like to put it and start intergrate with other systems like Microsoft Endpoint Manager etc. … Continue reading How to configure Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Advanced Features