New Security Resources Available

These papers are aimed at IT type folks and non-technical users. Skip this blog post if you're a developer!

Protecting Clients from Network Attacks

Securing Remote Clients and Portable Computers

How to Configure Windows Firewall in a Small Business Environment Using Group Policy

Securing Windows XP Professional in a Peer-to-Peer Networking Environment

How to Configure Windows XP SP2 Network Protection Technologies in a Small Business Environment

How to Protect E-mail Confidentiality in Regulated Industries

How to Protect Insiders from Social Engineering Threats

Approaches to Fighting Spam in an Exchange Server Environment

Strategies for Managing Malware Risks

Comments (4)

  1. Nick says:

    And if you’re an SBSer and aren’t sure what value is added by using the Windows Firewall on clients (or are worried that you might break stuff), I just did a post on why it’s important – And why you need to allow port 135 from a management workstation on the Domain Firewall profile.

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