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    ON SECURITY By Susan Bradley I do this so you don’t have to. And I’ve been doing it for a long time, learning and cultivating sources of knowledge to
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    Susan Bradley Patch Lady

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      If you are a subscriber to Microsoft 365, and especially if you have the administrator role on the site, I especially recommend that you go to the Message center on the dashboard and sign up for alerts for changes to Microsoft 365.

      Personal or Family subscribers to Microsoft 365 don’t get access to dashboard, message center or alerts.

      Windows 11 Pro version 22H2 build 22621.1192 + Microsoft 365/Edge

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      Mary Jo Foley  is now Editor in Chief at Directions on Microsoft | We demystify Microsoft.    On the home page scroll down to the bottom of the page and either click on podcast or blog for her Microsoft enterprise articles.

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      The OUCH! Newsletter from the SANS site is published every month and provides security awareness designed for everyone.
      The SANS Internet Storm Center posts a daily diary of security events and information to be aware of.

      In order to successfully paste the part of the article I quoted above, I had to strip out the links that Susan had included in the original article. SO, here are the links that wouldn’t “play nice” with being in a quote:

      Here’s the link for the OUCH! Newsletter  https://www.sans.org/newsletters/ouch/?msc=ssa-main-nav and here’s the link to the Internet Storm Center’s diary  https://isc.sans.edu/diaryarchive.html

      In addition to the fantastic resources mentioned above, the SANS Institute also has another couple of newsletters intended for those “in the trenches” so to speak. They can be found at the following links:

      https://www.sans.org/newsletters/newsbites/?msc=main-nav which is for their NewsBites Newsletter that’s published twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays and

      https://www.sans.org/newsletters/at-risk/?msc=main-nav which is for their @RISK Newsletter that is published weekly on Thursdays.

      All of the SANS Institute’s newsletters (OUCH!, @RISK, and NewsBites) can be subscribed to for delivery via email as well.

      My sincerest apologies to Susan, @sb .

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        In the past I had been reading theses:
        Internet Storm Center
        NewsBites
        OUCH!
        @RISK

        to learning and try things out (you do it at your own level, to what you can understand). I have gotten lazy of late, but would recommend it based on past my past experiences.

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