5 hours 33 minutes

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Troubleshooting Security Issues Part 4 Now that the computer is cleaned, we need to set it up for preventive maintenance. The first step is to schedule and perform regular scans, and keep Windows patches, security and any critical third party software tools such as Java updates. Next we discuss the importance of education and advising users of this event, what security best practices they should be following, what triggers and behaviors they should be mindful of and what the result is of not adhering to these practices. This is especially true for honoring system updates as when are prompted, following password protocols, correctly saving data and performing unauthorized web downloads.

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Anthony Harris
Systems Analyst and Administrator at SAIC