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How to reset Kerberos account passwords in an Active Directory environment

A regular reset of the KRBTGT account password will help prevent golden ticket attacks that allow wide unauthorized access to your network.

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Microsoft 365 Defender updates bring a single portal view

New Microsoft 365 Security Center allows you to more quickly assess threat risk and take action, but you need an E5 license.

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Cybersecurity in 2021: Stopping the madness

The challenges are greater than ever. But security pros have learned a lot – and with luck, the right strategic defenses can help even the highest-value targets withstand severe attacks.

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Clubhouse app raises security, privacy concerns

It’s got $100 million, loads of personal data, questionable privacy practices, and no CSO: What enterprise security needs to know before employees join hot new social app Clubhouse.

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How to protect Windows Remote Desktop deployments

Attackers gain access to your Windows network just as work-from-home employees do: remotely. Following these simple steps will send them looking for easier targets.

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8 mobile security threats you should take seriously

Mobile malware? Other mobile security threats are more pressing. Every enterprise should have its eye on these eight issues.

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XDR is coming: 5 steps CISOs should take today

Beyond threat detection and response, CISOs should think of XDR as an opportunity to modernize the SOC, automating processes, and improving staff productivity. Here's your XDR game plan for 2021.

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Microsoft 365 Advanced Audit: What you need to know

Microsoft's powerful new auditing options will help detect intrusions and see what was accessed...if you've paid for the right licenses.

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How to harden Microsoft Edge against cyberattacks

Chromium-based Edge gives enterprises the opportunity to standardize on one browser. Here are the key security settings you need to know.

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Why you're probably doing endpoint security all wrong

The traditional combination of username and password to secure company devices and systems is outdated and could be putting your business at risk. Employing an AI based continuous identity management system could eliminate nearly all...

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5 things to look for in an XDR solution

The XDR market is hot, with vendors large and small jumping on the bandwagon. Here are 5 key capabilities to look for when evaluating XDR solutions.

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How to prepare for and respond to a SolarWinds-type attack

If you can perform these tasks on your Windows network, then you are properly prepared to respond to a nation-state attack like SolarWinds.

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How to block malicious JavaScript files in Windows environments

Attackers frequently send malicious JavaScript files through bogus emails. It's easy to block these files from reaching a hapless user. Here's how.

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4 Windows 10 settings to prevent credential theft

Review these Windows settings to make sure you're not making it easy for attackers to steal login credentials.

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How attackers exploit Windows Active Directory and Group Policy

Attackers have learned to use Active Directory and Group Policy to find weaknesses in Windows networks and identify targets. Here's what you can do to prevent that.

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How to use Windows Defender Attack Surface Reduction rules

With Microsoft's Attack Surface Reduction, you can set rules to block risky actions for each workstation on your network.

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6 security shortcomings that COVID-19 exposed

The pandemic is constantly testing the strength of enterprise security; it has also revealed numerous weak spots.

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How to take better control of applications running on your network

Unneeded or forgotten software on your Windows network could be a gateway for attackers into your system. Follow this advice to identify and restrict problem programs.

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