Hardening Windows, Second Edition
Hardening is the process of protecting a system against unknown threats. System administrators harden against that which they think could be a threat. Administrators know the Internet is a hostile environment. Although they can't tell, for example, that a hacker will attempt to gain access to the SQL server next Tuesday, they can bet...
CCIE Security Exam Certification Guide (CCIE Self-Study)
Official self-study test preparation guide for the CCIE Security written exam
Review all CCIE Security written exam topics, including:
- Switching concepts, routing protocols, and WAN protocols, including PPP, ISDN, and Frame Relay
- DNS, TFTP, Secure Shell, Secure Socket Layer Protocol, NTP, and...
Implementing 802.1X Security Solutions for Wired and Wireless Networks When deploying a wireless or wired network, you must ensure that proper security safeguards are put in place. An enterprise, for example, often has valuable resources stored inside databases that are attached to the network. Using passwords to access specific applications is usually not good enough to keep hackers from accessing the resources in an...
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