AuthorComputerworld Security

How to prep for Windows 7, Server 2008 end of life

Still running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008? Take these steps to minimize your risk.

3 easy ways to make your Windows network harder to hack

Start the new year off by eliminating common paths for attackers to breach your network.

How to fix insecure LDAP binds

Prevent Windows admin credentials from being exposed in cleartext with this tip.

How to get maximum protection from MFA in Office 365

Follow these steps to ensure your multi-factor authentication for Office 365 is effective.

Top tech stories of 2019

The new Apple Card, the battle for cryptocurrency dominance, cybersecurity skills shortage – just a few of the stories that made headlines in 2019. Watch as IDG TECH(talk) hosts Ken Mingis and Juliet Beauchamp discuss the top tech stories of the year.

How to make the most of Microsoft’s new Compliance Score Console

This new Microsoft 365 feature can help you stay in compliance with regulations like GDPR and better protect data.

How to protect the enterprise from holiday attacks

Attackers often take advantage of the holidays to launch attacks. Use these Microsoft settings to deter them.

How to secure your domain name services

Follow these steps to protect your websites at the server and workstation.

How make a Windows disaster recovery kit

Make your own disaster checklist and recovery toolkit before trouble happens.

Balancing patient security with healthcare innovation | TECH(talk)

Healthcare organizations are one of the most targeted verticals when it comes to cyberattacks. While those organizations must work to secure patients' sensitive data, it can also be helpful to analyze that data to improve patient outcomes. Jason James, CIO of Net Health, joins Juliet to discuss why attackers target healthcare organizations, Google's Project Nightingale and what it means for a tech giant to have access to the medical data of millions of people.