Chapter 1. Principles of Information Security

To secure Windows Server 2003, you can start by learning the principles of information security. These principles will not only guide you in selecting technologies, but they also will show you where these technologies are weak. If you understand these dictums, then you can think independently about operating systems, applications, security technologies, hardening guides, and security gurus. You will be better equipped to use the information in this book, in addition to information from Microsoft documentation, from the Internet, and from conferences, personal experiences, and periodicals. You will be able to transfer your knowledge to new features added to Windows Server 2003, to your current network ...

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