Recent attacks have proven that additional work needs to be done to secure our Windows environments. Active Directory, servers, users, privileges, vulnerabilities, etc. need to be configured correctly and monitored for changes. The issue that most organizations have with securing Windows is lack of knowledge—lack of knowledge of what to protect, how to protect it, and what level of security is sufficient. In this four-part series, I’ll cover a wide variety of security aspects that every organization needs to address.
Active Directory and server security: Tracking, monitoring, and alerting on modifications (July 11) – Learn how to correctly set up, monitor, and send real-time alerts for when essential modifications occur on your Windows servers, domain controllers, and even in Active Directory.
Securing and protecting corporate networks: Endpoint security (July 12) – Many of the attacks that move from the outside into your network start at your endpoints. Endpoint security can be difficult, but with the correct direction it can be accomplished.
Securing and protecting Active Directory: Tracking and securing against insider threats (August 6) – Active Directory has many areas and concepts that attackers like to aim for. By securing these areas and monitoring them for attacks, insider threats can be diminished and in most cases negated.
Securing and protecting Active Directory: Securing privileged access in Active Directory (August 7) – Most successful attacks against Active Directory require some level of privilege. By setting these privileges correctly and monitoring for changes, any and all privileged access into Active Directory can be monitored and maintained.
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