SQLAuthority Download – Providing Security for Web Applications and Infrastructure: Best Practices for Managing Security Risks

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Providing Security for Web Applications and Infrastructure: Best Practices for Managing Security Risks

The Windows Live Security team shares best practices – from platform and network security to incident management – in providing security for web applications and infrastructure.

Organizations across the globe face unique challenges in enhancing security for Web applications and their IT infrastructures. Issues such as improper Web server configuration, weak authentication policies, and invalidated Web requests can lead to unauthorized user access and potential attacks. The Microsoft Windows Live team provides services to millions of customers each month for e-mail, mobile devices, personalized Web spaces, and search queries. The Windows Live security team shares their best practices – from platform and network security to incident management, including prescriptive guidance to help organizations secure confidential information assets, sensitive customer information, and network data.

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Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

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One thought on “SQLAuthority Download – Providing Security for Web Applications and Infrastructure: Best Practices for Managing Security Risks

  1. I want to change the memory which is used by SQL.
    SQL uses 2 GB memory. In my server 10GB RAM is available, I need that 5 GB memory can be allocated to SQL. So tell me how it can be possible ?

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