If the first, and most important, pillar of Cyber Security is Patching and Automatic Updates, then the second pillar is Regular Backups. I know most people (me included), hate to deal with backups and it seems that they take way too much space for not much benefit (!?), but managed properly – they can be a lifesaver. 325 more words
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I was struggling for a while with how to use Sitecore configuration patching in order to change this part:
<event name="publish:end"> <handler type="Sitecore.Publishing.HtmlCacheClearer, Sitecore.Kernel" method="ClearCache"> <sites hint="list"> <site>website</site> </sites> </handler> <handler type="Sitecore.Publishing.RenderingParametersCacheClearer, Sitecore.Kernel" method="ClearCache" /> </event> … 250 more words
Although we’ve all seen Hollywood movies where “hackers” type 300 words per minute and apparently that goes for hacking skills (typing?), in the real world both hacking and protecting yourself from hackers are much more mundane. 380 more words
A little while ago, I blogged on OMS’ (Operations Management Suite) Update Management Solution. As great as this solution was, there were some limitations at the time, such having the ability to exclude specific patches, co-management with SCCM (Configuration Manager), and few others. 457 more words
Take note as you finalize your patching cycle for February and verify that all patching is complete.