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  • White Papers // May 2011

    Introduction To Least Privilege

    This whitepaper introduces the principle of least privilege, the benefits of following this practice and the barriers to implementation. It then goes on to suggest approaches to adopting a least privilege approach. Finally it gives a brief overview of Privilege Guard, a solution that enables privileges to be assigned to...

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Regulatory Compliance and Least Privilege Security

    This whitepaper covers least privilege security, in particular its impact on regulatory compliance. Microsoft's efforts to reduce the reliance on administrative privileges and improve application compatibility with standard user accounts with User Account Control has been successful, but pain points still persist for organizations looking to remain flexible and secure.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Planning for The Security Features of Windows 7

    With Windows 7, Microsoft has added and extended many security capabilities in its flagship Windows operating system (OS). Deciding which features to activate as well as testing will impact the planning for every Windows 7 rollout.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Implementing Windows Security With Group Policy

    This paper outlines the proper and efficient use of Group Policy in securing Windows desktop or server environments. The majority of Windows based security tools interface with Group Policy at some level, and the efficient use of Group Policy to secure Windows environments, substantially reduces the total cost of ownership.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    This paper outlines the proper and efficient use of Group Policy in securing Windows desktop or server environments. The majority of Windows based security tools interface with Group Policy at some level, and the efficient use of Group Policy to secure W

    This whitepaper introduces the principle of least privilege, the benefits of following this practice and the barriers to implementation. It then goes on to suggest approaches to adopting a least privilege approach. Finally it gives a brief overview of Privilege Guard, a solution that enables privileges to be assigned to...

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Least Privilege and Windows 7

    This paper introduces the application of least privilege on Windows 7 (and applies equally to Windows Vista). It provides an overview of User Account Control (UAC), its benefits and limitations, and why a policy driven approach is more suitable for corporate environments.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Implementing Desktop Security Despite Diverse User Requirements and Problem Applications.

    Oxford University Press, one of the largest publishers in the UK, and the largest university press in the world eliminated admin rights using Avecto's Privilege Guard. This improved their desktop security, provided greater protection for users and reduced the number of malware attacks across their systems.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Ovum Technology Audit - Privilege Guard 2.6 - by Tim Stammers

    Desktop lockdown is fast becoming a standard IT practice because of its effects on support costs and security. However, when IT departments attempt to implement lockdown using only native Windows controls they face problems concerning end-user productivity and the need to exempt many desktops from the policy.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Avecto Ltd - Shop-Direct - Case Study

    Shop Direct Group, is the UK's leading online and home shopping retailer, it has around five million customers and annual sales of around ?1.7 billion. They chose to implement a principle of least privilege using Avecto's Privilege Guard, which in turn improved security across their on-line trading transactions, increased desktop...

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Regulatory Compliance and Least Privilege Security

    This whitepaper covers least privilege security, in particular its impact on regulatory compliance. Microsoft's efforts to reduce the reliance on administrative privileges and improve application compatibility with standard user accounts with User Account Control has been successful, but pain points still persist for organizations looking to remain flexible and secure.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Planning for The Security Features of Windows 7

    With Windows 7, Microsoft has added and extended many security capabilities in its flagship Windows operating system (OS). Deciding which features to activate as well as testing will impact the planning for every Windows 7 rollout.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Implementing Windows Security With Group Policy

    This paper outlines the proper and efficient use of Group Policy in securing Windows desktop or server environments. The majority of Windows based security tools interface with Group Policy at some level, and the efficient use of Group Policy to secure Windows environments, substantially reduces the total cost of ownership.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    This paper outlines the proper and efficient use of Group Policy in securing Windows desktop or server environments. The majority of Windows based security tools interface with Group Policy at some level, and the efficient use of Group Policy to secure W

    This whitepaper introduces the principle of least privilege, the benefits of following this practice and the barriers to implementation. It then goes on to suggest approaches to adopting a least privilege approach. Finally it gives a brief overview of Privilege Guard, a solution that enables privileges to be assigned to...

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Least Privilege and Windows 7

    This paper introduces the application of least privilege on Windows 7 (and applies equally to Windows Vista). It provides an overview of User Account Control (UAC), its benefits and limitations, and why a policy driven approach is more suitable for corporate environments.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Implementing Desktop Security Despite Diverse User Requirements and Problem Applications.

    Oxford University Press, one of the largest publishers in the UK, and the largest university press in the world eliminated admin rights using Avecto's Privilege Guard. This improved their desktop security, provided greater protection for users and reduced the number of malware attacks across their systems.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Ovum Technology Audit - Privilege Guard 2.6 - by Tim Stammers

    Desktop lockdown is fast becoming a standard IT practice because of its effects on support costs and security. However, when IT departments attempt to implement lockdown using only native Windows controls they face problems concerning end-user productivity and the need to exempt many desktops from the policy.

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Avecto Ltd - Shop-Direct - Case Study

    Shop Direct Group, is the UK's leading online and home shopping retailer, it has around five million customers and annual sales of around ?1.7 billion. They chose to implement a principle of least privilege using Avecto's Privilege Guard, which in turn improved security across their on-line trading transactions, increased desktop...

    Provided By Avecto

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Introduction To Least Privilege

    This whitepaper introduces the principle of least privilege, the benefits of following this practice and the barriers to implementation. It then goes on to suggest approaches to adopting a least privilege approach. Finally it gives a brief overview of Privilege Guard, a solution that enables privileges to be assigned to...

    Provided By Avecto