Category: Windows

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A year of creating courses, working and family importance

So this year has been busy for me, with it being the first full year of working for myself, as well as a bunch of family things that have impacted all of it. We...

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Webinar Series Update: Evading Anti-Virus

In the webinar I gave last week based on “How attackers break in“, there were several questions at the end that focused on password management and then also evading anti-virus. During the webinar, I...

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Where is Liam?

It is that time of year where everyone starts to get busy, the weather changes, and people tend to be much happier all around. We have normally got through the winter time and the...

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What does GDPR mean for you and Office 365

By now you will have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will be coming into effect shortly. This was started by the European Commission in 2012 and finally generally agreed...

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Understanding Privileged Access Workstations (PAWs)

For some of the work I do, there is often a need to have a secure workstation that will let me perform tasks for Administration only, and not be vulnerable to any type of...

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New course @Pluralsight

Today my course that I have been working on for the past few months is now live. The course is called “SharePoint Security End-to-End“. The premise of the course is the need to make...

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Great Infographic from Microsoft

Cyber-attacks are getting more sophisticated—often using social engineering, zero-day vulnerabilities, and even misconfiguration to break into corporate networks. Thousands of such attacks were reported in 2015 alone. With Windows 10, you can help safeguard...