Dynamic Access Control in Windows Server 8: Serious Security

Security is really all about the data. Of course we want to protect our systems from attacks on the OS and services that could take them down or make them behave erratically, but operating systems and applications can, in a worst case scenario, be restored. Data may be irreplaceable, and the consequences of leakage of confidential or sensitive data can be catastrophic. Windows Server 8 gets serious about data security with a new feature called Dynamic Access Control that provides for centralized, domain-level security for file and folder access. Read more about it here:

http://www.crn.com/news/security/231601690/windows-server-8-gets-serious-about-centralized-security.htm;jsessionid=WJViwURz-L1E8Uebz4TEkg**.ecappj01

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