There's a Windows zero-day vulnerability all IT pros should know about. This zero-day exploit has been out there for at least 10 years and may go all the way back to NT. It turns out there is a subtle error in the way the Windows shell (which displays icons, Start Bars, menus, shortcuts, etc.) parses the icons of .LNK files or shortcuts.
Many organizations today are exploring adoption of Windows 10. Often touted as the last version of Windows, it is now a constantly evolving Windows as a Service solution. In this one-day training, you'll find out what this new model for Windows really means to your organization and what the benefits are once you've made the move to Windows 10.