If you need to identify problems before they become huge issues, then you’ll need to have a good baseline. In this video, you’ll learn about different baseline types and how bottlenecks can be identified when compared with historical information.
How safe is your software? In this video, you’ll learn how to create a security baseline on a server and considerations for baselining cloud-based devices.
You must first determine a baseline for application security before you can begin the process of hardening the technology. In this video, you’ll learn some best practices for security baselining and some techniques for hardening the operating system and application environment.
Security policies should be written to include the security assessment of your infrastructure. In this video, you’ll learn the best practices around baselining, reviewing code, performing design reviews, and completing architecture reviews.
You can’t build a security policy unless you know how to plan, monitor, and remediate security issues. In this video, you’ll learn some best-practices for baselining, watching, and resolving security problems.
The best way to predict the future is to examine the past. In this video, you’ll learn how baselines are created and used to examine past performance and plan for future expansion.
If you’re going to constantly check on the security of your application, you’ll need a baseline to which everything should refer. In this video, you’ll learn the basics of application configuration baselining and some techniques you can use to harden your applications against attack.
How can you assess the security of your applications? In this video, you’ll learn the importance of baseline reporting, code review, application design review, and architecture review.
Your logs contain valuable information, if you know where to look. In this video, you’ll learn about log monitoring, the use of security baselines and thresholds, and the importance of securing your log information.
Your budget year is coming to a close, and you still haven’t decided if your aging server will get either a memory upgrade or a hard drive upgrade. What Windows utility would allow you to baseline both the memory utilization of your server and the disk drive usage over time?