Jan 192017
 

By Richard Hay at SuperSite for Windows…

Having the ability to use biometrics to validate my identity for access to my Windows 10 devices is not only a whiz bang neat feature but it is also very secure. By providing my fingerprint or face for scanning I associate those unique personal features to my Windows 10 log in account for an added level of security whether I am on my machines at home or on the road for work.

Source: Photo Gallery: Security | This USB key from Yubico can log you into Windows 10 using Windows Hello | SuperSite for Windows

 Posted by at 7:58 am
Dec 212016
 

By Mitch Tulloch at WindowsNetworking.com…

This is the second and final part of a two-part article that walks through steps for using third-party tools to create a Windows 7 image for deployment that incorporates all available software updates for the operating system.

Source: Creating a fully updated Windows 7 image (Part 2) :: Windows 7 :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowsNetworking.com

 Posted by at 5:02 pm
Dec 012016
 

By Alan Henry at LifeHacker.com…

From making sure they don’t fall for phishing scams to reminding them to never reveal personal information online, children just getting their start on the web may talk savvy, but still need a helping hand learning the stuff the rest of us know. Here are a few tips to get them started on the right foot.

Source: 10 Internet Safety Rules to Teach Children Before They Go Online

 Posted by at 7:31 am
Nov 302016
 

By Mitch Tulloch at WindowsNetworking.com…

This is the first part of a two-part article that walks through steps for using third-party tools to create a Windows 7 image for deployment that incorporates all available software updates for the operating system.

Source: Creating a fully updated Windows 7 image (Part 1) :: Windows 7 :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowsNetworking.com

 Posted by at 7:52 pm
Oct 302016
 

From FEMA.gov…

The link below features downloadable guides designed to help users plan and organize drills and exercises for CERT volunteers. These activities are excellent opportunities for CERT programs to practice, assess and improve emergency response plans and on-the-ground operations while engaging their volunteers and refreshing the concepts and skills learned in CERT training. Drills, tabletop exercises, functional exercises, full-scale exercises and competitive events are the different types of exercises that CER

Source: CERT Drills and Exercises | FEMA.gov

 Posted by at 9:18 am