Skip to main content

Jonathan Fallis

I currently work as a Technical Consultant in the Cloud Endpoint practice at Phoenix Software Ltd (who, in recognition for outstanding achievements, have been awarded Microsoft Partner of the Year for 2023), specialising in the deployment and management of Microsoft Intune, a pivotal tool for modern device management and application deployment.

Beyond working with Microsoft Intune, I am passionate about PowerBI Reporting and PowerShell scripting. This interest extends beyond professional obligation, reflecting a genuine enthusiasm for the products and trying to apply them to everyday life. Whether supporting clients on their cloud journey, harnessing PowerBI for insightful data reporting or crafting PowerShell scripts to automate complex tasks day-to-day, I’m normally geeking out somewhere.

Outside of tech, I am a father, motorcyclist, petrol head and a big football & music fan.

Patching Gaps in the CIS Windows 11 Benchmark - Level 1 Windows Autopilot
Microsoft Intune Windows 10 and later Security Center for Internet Security (CIS) Windows Autopilot Windows Hello Settings Catalog PowerShell
With the CIS BitLocker and associated DMA settings reviewed and updated, now is time to delve into the Windows 11 specific settings that exist in the CIS Level 1 benchmark. What issues do they bring to Windows Autopilot, what solutions can we find? Honestly, who knows.
Patching Gaps in the CIS Windows 11 Benchmark - BitLocker
Microsoft Intune Windows 10 and later Security Center for Internet Security (CIS) Custom Profiles BitLocker Direct Memory Access Settings Catalog
Everyone loves a security benchmark, and with the imminent move to Windows 11 for everyone, the Center for Internet Security released version 3.0.1 of theirs, including a build kit for Microsoft Intune, but what does this build kit break for BitLocker encryption?