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The number of endpoint security vulnerabilities is daunting, but endpoint admins should first focus on updating patches against Windows malware. Continue Reading
A wireless intrusion prevention system (WIPS) is a second tier of security that protects a network from intrusion from an attacker accessing the network via Wi-Fi. WIPS hardware often looks much like a rack server while the associated sensors ... Continue Reading
A host intrusion prevention system (HIPS) is a security method that relies on third-party software tools to monitor network traffic and system activities for anomalous code behavior to identify and prevent malicious activities. Continue Reading
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Despite the plethora of software updater products, desktop security is too important to leave to chance. Let's compare Windows patch management tools. Continue Reading
Before IT can apply a software patch, it must choose among varied endpoint security tools. Here are some of the best for the patch management process. Continue Reading
Administrators need to be careful when connecting Windows 8.1 endpoints to enterprise domains. Windows 8 Group Policy and Active Directory can help. Continue Reading
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Enterprise security begins with data classification but doesn't end there. Admins should step back to consider the whole endpoint management picture. Continue Reading
It's not enough to have a traditional Windows game plan for security. Diverse devices require endpoint management policies and management buy-in. Continue Reading
As IT shops finally move from Windows XP to Windows 8, they may believe that Windows 8.1 security is automatically better. Know the real risks with both Windows and the enterprise. Continue Reading
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Enterprise-grade hard drive encryption may be overkill for small and midsize businesses. Review options for full disk encryption of Windows systems. Continue Reading
Microsoft's Sysinternals suite of free tools may not specifically support Windows 8 yet, but it is still very useful, even for admins supporting the latest OSes. Continue Reading
Although there are many tools and best practices for password policies across remote offices, it's important to remember the basics for Windows security. Continue Reading