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  • Security policy baseline deployment, why is it so challenging?

    A lot have been said about server security baselines, but still a great amount of heavily regulated organizations are struggling to show compliance with hardening baseline requirements.   Server security baseline deployments

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  • Privileged/Service accounts passwords, when was the last time your IT changed them?

    Privileged accounts represent one of the largest potential security vulnerability an organization faces today. In the hands of an external attacker or malicious trusted insider (such as IT administrators), privileged accounts

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  • Server hardening, why should you automate it?

    Server security hardening is an essential element for preventing targeted attacks, as outlined in  recent researches reported by both Gartner and the NSA. Consistent, continual IT security hardening is your enterprise’s most

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  • How to approach baseline hardening?

    Why server hardening is critical for the enterprise? Server hardening is essential for security and compliance.  To ensure reliable and secure delivery of data, all servers must be secured through hardening. Server

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  • HIghlights from the Annual 2015 Insider threat report

    The insider threat is becoming the “bad boy” of the cyber security neighborhood. Analysing the last 12 months security breaches we can see a significant trend related to insider activities. From

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  • Server hardening is now more crucial than ever before

    Redmond magazine with a brilliant article presents the latest largest data breaches and cyber security incidents. It seems like the 2015 trend of insider threat and identity theft is gaining an

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  • The Anthem breach-overview

    Quoted from the official Anthem message to their customers:   “To Members:   On January 29, 2015, Anthem, Inc. (Anthem) discovered that cyber attackers executed a sophisticated attack to gain unauthorized

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  • Privileged accounts passwords- Probably the most severe vulnerability in your network

    Privileged accounts represent one of the largest potential security vulnerability an organization faces today. In the hands of an external attacker or malicious trusted insider (such as IT administrators), privileged accounts

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  • New vulnerability in Domain Controllers makes credential theft in AD a “piece of cake”

    A new patch released yesterday by Microsoft for Active directory Domain Controller servers revealed a critical vulnerability- CVE-2014-6324.     The vulnerability can cause a Windows Kerberos implementation elevation of privilege vulnerability

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  • Baseline hardening- basic tips

    Server Security Hardening  System hardening is a fundamental yet critical part of organization’s security assessment. Recent advanced cyber-attacks requires security professionals in organizations to pay more attention to security inside the

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  • Meet CalCom at MSFT Ignite Chicago

    Ignite is Microsoft’s new premier technology conference for IT Professionals and Enterprise Developers, providing the technical education, product evaluation, and community resources to plan, architect, deploy, manage and secure a connected enterprise.

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  • Great security sessions at MSFT Ignite

    This May in Chicago Illinois Microsoft will launch for the first time the Ignite conference. consolidating all the following events- Microsoft Exchange, Lync, Project, SharePoint, MMS, or TechEd conferences. It’s going be

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