Upgrading an OS before the end of 2019: Convenience or compromise?

Desktop management is a continuous and never-ending process, especially for monitoring potential security issues. IT administrators need to constantly safeguard network devices and update endpoints to prevent vulnerabilities. The need for efficient desktop management to thwart attacks against OSs has been evolving at an accelerated pace. An example is the ZombieLoad attacks that surfaced in…

Secure newly created user accounts with random passwords

Whether creating a new user in Active Directory (AD) or resetting a password, there are times when administrators need to assign users a randomly-generated password. When random passwords aren’t used, administrators often use the same password for newly created user accounts and reset passwords, which leaves these accounts vulnerable to cyberattacks. What administrators need is an application…