im·mu·ta·ble [ i mytəb'l ] adjective Definition: unchanging or unchangeable: not changing or not able to be changed
im·mu·ta·ble [ i mytəb'l ]
unchanging or unchangeable: not changing or not able to be changed
I intent to write some security relating postings in the near future on my blog, and before I do so, it is critical that you have an understanding of some of the basics of Computer/Network/User security.
Going forward, you should be able to see all of my Security Related postings here:
and I would in particular recommend that you read the post on passwords here: Windows Server Longhorn Per User Password Policy
As part of the foundational reading, it is critical that you read the two following TechNet articles on the Immutable Laws of Security. One thing that you will find is that these laws are technology and time agnostic. They apply across platforms and across new releases of Operating Systems (even ours). The lists would be valuable printed and pasted to your cubicle wall, and for a discussion on each of the laws, click on the "10 Immutable Laws" links. To that end, I give you: