Michael Howard


Michael Howard is a program manager on Microsoft’s Windows 2000 security team. He is the author of Designing Secure Web-Based Application for Microsoft Windows 2000 (Microsoft Press).

Manipulating Services with Script
On Windows 2000 and Windows NT servers, removing unnecessary services increases security. With NT 4.0 servers or Win2K servers that don’t use Active Directory (AD), scripts can do the job.
Setting Appropriate DACLs
Discover best practices for determining secure ACLs for your resources.
Setting DACLs the Easy Way
Michael Howard shows you how to set discretionary ACLs on your systems.
Programmatic Security 2
Learn how to use scripts to automate the task of querying many computers' event logs.
Honeypots and Resource-Integrity Tools
Learn how to track system intruders with honeypots and resource-integrity tools. Honeypots can lure attackers so that you can study their methods of operation, and resource-integrity tools can alert you to changes in files or other system resources.
Defense In-depth
The IP Security (IPSec) protocol can help you defend your system from attack. Learn how to use IPSec to secure your environment.
John Savill Windows 10 Training

Developing and Implementing a Windows 10 Business Strategy​
Live Online Training on Tuesday, October 25th 
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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.


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