If you guys are working with Windows Server 2016, you must also be interested in the Security Guide.
Microsoft released Windows Server 2016 Security Guide. Access it here:
If you’re into the following roles; the guide is essential for you;
- Security professional. Individuals in this role focus on how to provide security across computing platforms within an organization. Security professionals require a reliable reference guide that addresses the security needs of all segments of their organizations and also offers proven methods to implement security countermeasures. They identify security features and settings, and then provide recommendations on how their customers can most effectively use them in high risk environments.
- IT operations and deployment staff. Individuals in all of these roles troubleshoot security issues as well as application installation, configuration, usability, and manageability issues. They monitor these types of issues to define measurable security improvements with minimal impact on critical business applications. Individuals in IT operations focus on integrating security and controlling change in the deployment process, and deployment personnel focus on administering security updates quickly.
- Systems architect and planner. Individuals in this role drive the architecture efforts for computer systems in their organizations.
- Consultant. Individuals in this role are aware of security scenarios that span all the business levels of an organization. IT consultants from both Microsoft Services and partners take advantage of knowledge transfer tools for enterprise customers and partners.
In addition to the resources listed in this guide, here are a number of additional resources to help you secure Windows Server environment:
- Security and assurance documentation
- Securing privileged access guidance
- Microsoft Virtual Academy online courses
- Windows Server 2012 Security Guide, which is a part of the Windows Server 2012 Security Baseline