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Potential security vulnerabilities in Microsoft SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) environments are a concern for 70 percent of IT professionals, according to a new survey, with 65 percent planning to conduct an SCCM security review in the next year.

The results of the study of more than 150 professionals by security company Adaptiva have been released to coincide with its launch, along with Windows Management Experts, of a new security auditing service for SCCM users.

As part of the service, security experts will conduct a series of interviews and system checks in order to validate processes, procedures, and configurations against a list of more than 100 security best practices.

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