How to push security recommendations to devices?

Cataster 641 Reputation points

We have security recommendations on Microsoft Defender as follows:

Security recommendations

  • Block persistence through WMI event subscription
  • Block executable files from running unless they meet a prevalence, age, or trusted list criterion
  • Update Mozilla Firefox
  • Update Microsoft Edge Chromium-based
  • Update Microsoft Core
  • Update Git to version

We are currently checking each device and sending out emails to remind people to update or do whatever is necessary to keep devices secure per recommendations. Is there a way to push the recommendations to devices automatically? For example, we regularly get a notification that when windows 10 updates are available, we have to restart within a set period of time. And if the restart isnt done manually, the device will automatically force restart say after 3 days of no action.
It would be nice to apply something like this to the security recommendations as well...

Windows 10 Security
Windows 10 Security
Windows 10: A Microsoft operating system that runs on personal computers and tablets.Security: The precautions taken to guard against crime, attack, sabotage, espionage, or another threat.
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  1. Reza-Ameri 16,851 Reputation points

    It depends on how you manage your devices. For example, in case you are using Group Policy, you may use the AppLocker to block executing files unless they meet certain policies. You may deploy update for Microsoft Edge, GitHub and Firefox using software deployment policy . Update for the Microsoft .NET is usually available in the Windows Update.

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