Wiki: IT Security Portal

Wiki: IT Security Portal

Information security is the process of keeping computers and networks protected from theft, corruption, unwanted publication, tampering, or natural disaster, while keeping the information and property accessible and productive to its intended users.

This article contains links only to TechNet Wiki articles on the following subjects. To find a list that includes links that are external to TechNet Wiki, see the Security Survival Guide. To find a list that focuses on product overview articles, see the Technologies Portal.

 

Cloud Security

General Security Articles

Active Directory

BitLocker

DirectAccess

Forefront Suite of Products

Operations Manager

SharePoint

Windows Server 

Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)

Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) on Windows Server 2012

Troubleshooting

 


Additional Resources

Windows Azure Security

TechNet Resources

TechNet Blogs

TechNet Forums


See Also

Other Languages

This article is also available in other languages, including Portuguese.

Wiki: Portal de Segurança (pt-BR)
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  • Thank you...

  • Good resource.

  • thank you for sharing!

  • Thanks Ed, this is very clean and easy to follow.

  • ¿How could I help, traslating some articles into Spanish?

  • Could be great if we start a spanish wiki. ¿How could I help translating some articles? Thanks in advance

  • This is awesome, Ed! Thank you.

  • thanks for the article

    for David: copy/paste into google translate. ;D

  • Livio, Well there's actually a translate button on the right to translate any article into another language.

    David, yes you can translate any article. We've already translated 50 or so articles into Spanish, so we'd love your help. Just check to make sure an article hasn't been translated yet (it would be listed under "Other Languages" at the bottom), and then create a new Spanish version of that article (appending "(es-ES)" at the end of the article title. And then include links back to the other language versions at the bottom. You'd also include the tags "es-ES" and "Translated into Spanish". Thanks!

  • Very helpful. Thanks, Ed.

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