Microsoft Forefront is a comprehensive suite of security products that will provide companies with multiple layers of defense against threats. Computer and Network Security is a paramount issue for companies in the global marketplace. Businesses can no longer afford for their systems to go down because of viruses, malware, bugs, trojans, or other attacks. Running a Microsoft Forefront Suite within your environment brings many different benefits. Forefront allows you to achieve comprehensive, integrated, and simplified infrastructure security. This comprehensive suite of tools provides end-to-end security stretching from Web servers back to the desktop. This book will provide system administrators familiar with Syngress' existing Microsoft networking and security titles with a complete reference to Microsoft's flagship security products.
• First book to address securing an entire Microsoft network from Web servers all the way back to the desktop.
• Companion Web site provides best practices checklists for securing Microsoft operating systems, applications, servers, and databases.
• Companion Web site provides special chapter on designing and implementing a disaster recover plan for a Microsoft network.
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About the Author
Jesse Varsalone is a Cisco Certified Academy Instructor and holds the CCNA certification. Jesse is also a CISSP, MCT, MCSE, and currently works as a Computer Forensics Senior Professional.
Table of Contents
Part I: Forefront Client Security
Chapter 1: Introducing Client Security
Chapter 2: Securing the Desktop
Chapter 3: Remote Networking and Communications
Part II: Forefront Security for Exchange Server
Chapter 4: Securing Client Access
Chapter 5: Locking Down Exchange Server
Chapter 6: Backups and Disaster Recovery
Part III: Forefront Security for SharePoint
Chapter 7: Securing Sharepoint Servers
Chapter 8: Secure Communications and Remote Access
Chapter 9: Defending your Data
Part IV: Forefront Server Security Management Console
Chapter 10: Introduction to the Server Security Management Console
Chapter 11: Exploring the Interface
Chapter 12: Managing SQL Server and Log Files
Part V: Microsoft Antigen
Chapter 13: Defining Malware Defenses
Chapter 14: Securing the Perimeter
Chapter 15: Correlating the Results
Part VI: Microsoft ISA Server 2006
Chapter 16: Deploying ISA 2006 in the Enterprise
Chapter 17: Building a SSL VPN
Chapter 18: Integrating ISAS Server with Exchange Server
Part VII: Intelligent Application Gateway 2007
Chapter 19: Deploying Application Gateway 2007
Chapter 20: Defending your Applications
Chapter 21: Backup and Disaster Recovery