DLP is for “Honest” Employees, Not Inside Threats

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) tools are very effective for addressing the challenges they are intended to address: data governance & regulatory compliance; specifically to help prevent data leakage and inadvertent disclosure of sensitive information. DLP should not be considered a primary security solution or “data firewall”, but it does play an important role in any... Continue Reading →

Replacing ADFS SSL Certificates

Gone are the days where an admin could generate a 3/4/5-year SSL certificate for their ADFS deployments. Now you can look forward to this being an annual ritual (or every two years at best). This blog post aims to help simplify the process by outlining the high-level steps that are required to provision and replace... Continue Reading →

Got a Virus? Don’t Panic!

My last post dealt with being proactive and installing a good anti-malware solution that won't eat up all of your processor cycles.  This post will deal with the reactive side: You suspect you may already have a virus....NOW WHAT?! How bad your computer is infected will determine what you need to do to get rid... Continue Reading →

Best AntiVirus software?

This is a question that I get asked often by friends and customers:  What should I use to protect my computer from X? Here are my current recommendations for antiX software (x = virus, malware, phishing, etc.).  Keep in mind this is for home and small business (10 or less computers) users only; larger businesses... Continue Reading →

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