Tag Archives: security

Is 100% Security Possible?

Microsoft has spent a lot of resources working to ensure their software can be automated, audited, and configured securely. After the SQL Slammer worm, there was an effort made by the organization to code more securely. Secure by design and … Continue reading

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Quick Security Mistakes

How many of you have gotten an urgent request from someone in your organization? Maybe it’s a new database, perhaps a quick, “simple” change to an application, possibly even a new server or share that someone can use to complete … Continue reading

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Better Protection from Hardware

Microsoft is working on ways to protect your system at an even lower level than the bootloader. Many modern computers have UEFI protection, which allows for security in the boot process, and prevents untrusted code from running. This is intended … Continue reading

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Data for Defense

It’s a dangerous world out there. Many of us hear about data breaches on a regular basis, and we often blame poor security at various organizations. Certainly there are a lot of silly mistakes made, whether in configuration or the … Continue reading

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