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Your organization may primarily be a Windows shop, but Macbooks are becoming popular among executives and Macintosh computer security must be understood. Continue Reading
In this Ask the Expert Q&A, our platform security expert discusses how to control patch installations for Microsoft applications. He also explains where to find resources that will help you manage this process. Continue Reading
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Using a Secure Shell (SSH) is a better way to manage Unix servers than command-line access or Telnet, and expert Joel Snyder details three simple modifications you can make in SSH to make your servers more secure. Continue Reading
There's no one-size-fits-all approach for deciding when a patch needs testing. Tom Chmielarski shares his thoughts on an ideal patch management process. Continue Reading
The first PCI focus area requires a set of documented configuration standards, perimeter and endpoint protection. Continue Reading
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Beyond patching, Tom Chmielarski explains what you'll need to do to avoid application exploits caused by Web browser vulnerabilities. Continue Reading
Gregg Braunton discusses Windows patch deployment tools and reviews when you should (and should not) use WSUS to send updates to your employees' workstations. Continue Reading
Windows patch testing may be easy when it comes to applications like Outlook. Tom Chmielarski reviews how to test more difficult updates to the operating system. Continue Reading