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Working with Windows® Small Business Server 2011 Essentials by Andrew Edney, Sharon Crawford, Charlie Russel

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Planning for Security

It is far easier to implement effective security measures to protect your SBS network if you plan for security before you actually start buying hardware or installing software. In the following sections, we’ll cover some of the most common attack vectors and the preliminary steps you can take in this planning stage to prepare your defenses. The most common attack vectors are:

  • Careless or disgruntled employees and former employees The single most common attack vector for any network is people. Internal users and former users are the biggest risk factors to data loss and data theft. Whether from laziness, disregard of security policies, outright malice, or simply the desire to help someone having trouble, the internal user is ...

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