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Device protection in Windows Security Windows Security provides the following built-in security options to help protect your device from malicious software attacks. To access the features described below, in the search box on the taskbar, type windows security, select it from the results, and then select Device security.

On Windows 10 devices, use or configure endpoint protection settings to enable Microsoft Defender features, including Application Guard, Firewall, SmartScreen, encryption and BitLocker, Exploit Guard, Application Control, Security Center, and security on local devices in Microsoft Intune.

Evaluation of a device threat level is an important tool for protecting your organization’s resources from compromised mobile devices. Use threat-level data with policies for device compliance, app protection, and Conditional Access. These policies use the data to help block non-compliant devices from accessing your organization’s resources.

Microsoft Complete is available in select markets for Surface Go, Surface Pro, Surface Laptop, Surface Book, Surface Studio, Surface Type Cover and Pro Keyboards, Xbox One, Xbox One S, or Xbox One X, Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 and must be purchased at time of device purchase or within 45 days after purchase with device inspection.