10 Tips for Better Administrative Client Hygiene

Whether your data or applications are in a cloud, a remotely accessed datacenter, or your local network, an infected or rooted administrative workstation is a nightmare scenario for any organization, government, or critical (e.g., SCADA) infrastructure. Malware accidentally downloaded visiting websites, email attachments, or removable media that contain malicious executables, and file shares left accessible to other infected machines on your network, are problematic enough when the target is an end user. But these can be catastrophic when an administrator’s workstation is similarly compromised: rootkits, APTs, keyloggers on management consoles, or admin workstations give attackers the keys to your data,…

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