The forthcoming “Windows 10 Creators Update” will centralize security controls within the new Defender Security Center.  This will provide easier capabilities for users to tune privacy and security settings on their computers and devices.

https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2017/01/23/introducing-windows-defender-security-center/

http://www.forbes.com/sites/leemathews/2017/01/24/windows-10-is-getting-smarter-easier-security-controls/

The Windows Defender Security Center includes five pillars that give you control and visibility of your device security, health and online safety experiences.

1. Virus & threat protection — provides a new view of your antivirus protection whether it’s Windows Defender Antivirus that comes free with Windows 10 or AV software from one of our ecosystem partners. If you’ve chosen Windows Defender Antivirus, your scan results and threat history will be displayed here, or you will be able to launch your 3rd party AV protection app directly from this screen.

2. Device performance & health — provides a single view of your latest Windows updates, drivers, battery life and storage capacity. Additionally, you have the option to start fresh with a clean install of Windows using the Refresh Windows feature. This option will keep your personal files and some Windows settings, and remove most of your apps for a fresh start that can help with performance improvements should your device need them.

3. Firewall & network protection — provides information on the network connections and active Windows Firewall settings, as well as links to network troubleshooting information.

4. App & browser control — allows you to adjust settings for SmartScreen for apps and browsers helping you be more informed and stay safer online by warning you of potential malicious sites, downloads and unrecognized apps and files from the Internet.

5. Family options — gives you an easy way to connect to the family options available online. This page can link you to information about parental controls, options for setting up good screen time habits, setting up activity reports of your kids’ online activity and managing controls for purchasing apps and games. You can also view the health and safety of your family’s devices from this centralized location.