What is the status of your system hardening? Check it with the free AuditTAP! We will show you how to use the program easily and correctly.
More digitization, more remote work, more cyber attacks, more skills shortages and increased regulatory requirements: That’s why you should definitely include “system hardening” in your IT strategy.
An update for AuditTAP has been released. Besides bug fixes, it also offers a few important new features.
What does Zero Trust stand for? Why is this concept becoming increasingly important? What needs to be considered when implementing it? And does system hardening play a role here? This guide clarifies this and more.
With a market share of still around 70 percent, Windows 10 is by far the most widely used desktop operating system in the world. Understandably, it is therefore a popular target for hackers and other “cyber gangsters”. This is another reason why you absolutely have to deal with the secure configuration (“system hardening”) of Windows 10!
ASCS, the Australian safety authority, recommends different system hardening measures than we are familiar with. Here is an short overview.
Why is system hardening extremely important for Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP? And what measures are there? Our guide has the answers.
Are you looking for a way to check the status of your system curing? Do you want to apply hardening to a large number of systems in an automated way or on a role-based basis? Then use these hardening tools.