- September 1st, 2015
This blog is meant as a rallying cry for anyone who has a vested interest in their organization’s security. My aim is to spearhead a new era where all companies take a proactive approach to their security. No longer will historic methods of blocking and defense after the event be the only tenets of a security strategy.
- March 24th, 2014
What is it about Windows XP that has made getting rid of an obsolete operating system so difficult? On the face of it, it should be no contest; XP is inherently less secure than its successors, will no longer receive essential updates, cybercriminals target it more often, and it doesn’t even support the latest secure applications. These factors add up to higher support costs and risk.
- February 20th, 2014
Unconvinced about the importance of removing user admin rights? Read on for some compelling reasons why user privileges should be at the top of your security agenda in 2014.
- February 14th, 2014
IT security doesn’t often get much love, from end users or system administrators. So in this post, I’m going to give you 5 reasons why you should embrace least privilege security with open arms on Valentine’s Day.
- August 5th, 2013
Remote Administration of Servers and Desktops with Least Privilege
Microsoft PowerShell is an essential tool to manage and administer servers and desktops in the enterprise. As time passes, an increasing array of Microsoft Windows operating system components and Windows applications are being automated through PowerShell cmdlets. Since PowerShell has a secure remote connection capability, administrators work from their own computer to manage many remote machines. However, this efficient administrative practice requires IT Staff to have admin rights on hundreds or thousands of desktops and servers in the organization.