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23 August, 2018 | Ryan Brooks

SysAdmin Magazine: Hardening Windows Server Security

It’s time to face a harsh truth of IT life: Your network is almost certainly going to be breached. Best practices now recommend adopting an "assume breach" strategy for as the way to reduce security risks to your environment. According,  the August edition of SysAdmin Magazine focuses on Windows...
23 August, 2018 | Jeff Melnick

Auditing Windows Systems

Continuously auditing the activity in your network is one of the most critical security best practices, since it helps you notice potentially malicious activity early enough to take action and prevent data breaches, system downtime and compliance failures. Top methods of Windows auditing...
24 August, 2017 | Russell Smith

File and Folder Auditing on Windows Server 2003 and 2008

Auditing files and folders got much easier with Global Object Access auditing in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. However, if your organization is still running Windows Server 2008, or earlier, for instance Windows Server 2003, setting up file and folder auditing will be a little more...
7 May, 2014 | Richard Muniz

Will the Guilty Party Please Stand Up!

Today we are going to talk about finding “lost” files with File Server auditing. But first, how many of you are aware that users have a lot in common with a five year old? Now, before I start getting hate mail, before folks start driving by my house and shooting at it (warning, I shoot back)...
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