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Ready to master virtualization-based security in Windows 10?

Put your knowledge of virtualization-based security in Windows 10 on the line with this quiz covering the ins and outs of features such as Isolated User Mode and Device Guard.

Virtualization-based security in Windows 10 essentially adds an internal layer of security within the OS. So if attackers crack an organization's outer security shell, critical information, including login credentials, can stay safely tucked away.

Isolated User Mode, Device Guard and Credential Guard all work together to isolate important information from the rest of the OS to add an extra layer of security in the event of an attack. Put your knowledge of these virtualization-based security features to the test with this quiz. 

This was last published in January 2018

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