Security is one of the most important responsibilities of a multi-user operating system. Windows provides an enormous number of security features, many of them added quite recently, many of them still unknown to users and system administrators. This seminar presents the security features of Windows in "internals" terms, covering not only administrator-level controls and visibility, but also describing their internal implementation, their visibility, and tradeoffs of their use.
This seminar teaches how to "lock down" a Windows server and its clients to ensure reliable and secure operation, consistent with the enterprise’s unique security policies.
A two-day "short course" covering the most important aspects of how Windows works.