10 Windows File Server Security Tips

By Paul Rubens | Posted May 11, 2012
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Small Business Server Security

Does your small business rely on one or more file servers? If so, following server security best practices should be an essential part of your overall data security plan. Could your business afford to lose the files? Probably not, so make sure they're protected. Our sister site, eSecurityPlanet runs down the top 10 ways that you can secure a file server.

It's a pretty safe bet that your company is storing valuable and confidential information on one or more Windows file servers right now. What may be less obvious is to what extent those servers have been appropriately hardened and locked down to protect the data from unauthorized access.

If you're not sure where to begin, just follow these ten tips and best practices:

Read the complete article: Top 10 Ways to Secure a Windows File Server

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