On October 2003, almost twelve years ago, Microsoft launched their monthly Patch Day. This week, at the their Ignite Conference, they announced that they plan to stop doing monthly patches with Windows 10. If you’re a Microsoft administrator, watch our vlog to learn what this means to you.
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Direct YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/I1fOZeyFYI0
- Microsoft ditches their monthly Patch Day – PCMag
- Another interesting security announcement from Ignite (Advanced Threat Analytics – Ars Technica
- Microsoft’s Ignite Conference (if you hadn’t heard of it) – Microsoft
— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)
Thanks again Corey for your updates. I appreciate all the work you do on these. It’s a great way to get an update in a short period of time and then decide if I need to look into it any deeper.