Microsoft is beefing up security for businesses in Windows 10 with a variety of new features and capabilities that include the Windows Defender Exploit Guard and Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG). The former is essentially an update to the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET), while the latter isolates accidentally downloaded malicious software from your devices, apps, data, and network. Cloud intelligence is also being utilized to provide better protection for Windows Defender Antivirus users. By integrating the power of EMET along with new vulnerability mitigations, Exploit Guard includes prevention capabilities that help make vulnerabilities dramatically more difficult to exploit. In addition, Exploit Guard delivers a new class of capabilities for intrusion prevention. Using intelligence from the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph (ISG), Exploit Guard comes with a rich set of intrusion rules and policies to protect organziations from advanced threats, including zero day exploits.