Because I’ve pilkunnussija’d and I can’t stop correcting my own writing, this edition of Short Takes looks at a Surface Book 2 report, Windows Vista’s EOL, a controversial Windows 10 change, and more.
Todd Klindt and Shane Young talk about two-factor authentication hitting home in the last week and we remind you all to go turn it on yourself. Then discuss a new PowerShell Video Shane made that shows you how to copy, move, and delete SharePoint Online files using PowerShell and we hit on new features for OneDrive for Business and AD Group management for Office 365.
Learn how an attacker can move laterally across a network to get access to a domain controller.
Todd and Shane talk about how to use passwords with PowerShell securely, a new SharePoint Online Web Part that is rolling out, new security and risk features in Office 365, how Power BI finally integrates with SharePoint, and Imposter Syndrome.
Learn about the Antimalware Scan Interface in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.
Learn how Azure Active Directory Identity Protection can help secure cloud identities.
Microsoft offers Office 365 administrators the opportunity to measure the security of their tenant against standard benchmarks set by Microsoft. Despite some glitches, the Secure Score service is a worthwhile and useful tool.
Russell Smith explains what Microsoft’s Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA) is and how it can help keep your systems secure.
Learn how Windows Information Protection in Windows 10 can help prevent data loss.
Learn how to set up Windows Hello for Business using Microsoft Intune.
Even the people who hold your computer hostage with ransomware were running holiday discounts. Todd Klindt and Shane Young discuss this and other random topics on their weekly SharePoint podcast.
Learn how to effectively and efficiently manage access to your organization’s data.
It is almost impossible to keep track of all of the websites and systems we use in our daily lives; there are different passwords for online banking, social media, email, and Netflix and that is just for the personal accounts we keep. Here are some options for securing your passwords.