As mentioned in Part 1, mounting a good defense requires understanding the offense and therefore requires getting control of your file permissions. This is a very important and often overlooked step. It includes define, assign and organize both users and administrative level permissions as well system access level permissions.
Mounting a good defense requires understanding the offense. When it comes to data access, file permissions and systems and network configurations, it consists of the following:
Regardless, everyone should be engaged and concerned, and it really does take everyone. Note: Most security problems and issues start with the network and inside the network with local network users (employees and management - in other words, you).
Auditing your Microsoft Windows file is a one of the best ways to monitor your company’s file servers. You will find out who is accessing what files, creating new files, deleting files, copying files, and moving files. To fully take advantage of Windows file server auditing, you must define your policies and use best practices.