Why password blacklisting is so important, and how to do it in Active Directory

Enable security measures against weak, common passwords

Passwords are still the most popular authentication method used to grant users access to critical business resources. According to the 2017 State of Authentication Report, more than half of US companies use only passwords to protect their intellectual property …

ADSelfService Plus 2 min read

Auditing and securing Active Directory webinar series

With the number of data breaches increasing by the day, enterprises need to closely evaluate their security infrastructure. Protecting systems and critical data, averting potential threats related to privileged access, and comprehensive event monitoring are essential areas that need to …

Active Directory 1 min read

Who’s responsible for the data held in Office 365? 

Microsoft Exchange Online allows users to communicate and work from anywhere at anytime without having to dedicate resources to maintain an on-premises Exchange environment. While Microsoft focuses on maintaining continual uptime, organizations are still responsible for backing up their Exchange …

RecoveryManager Plus 1 min read

Strengthen your first line of defense against hackers

Passwords are the first line of defense between a hacker and your data. A decade ago, a password alone may have kept your data secure, but today, that’s no longer the case. The easiest way for a hacker to gain …

ADSelfService Plus 2 min read

Webinar: Learn a simple three-step approach to tackling threats

Technology has a lot to offer, from streamlining your business processes to protecting your network, but with all the advantages comes the risk of cyberthreats. Cybercriminals are always developing new methods to breach networks, which means organizations are more susceptible …

Log360 1 min read

Tighten Windows security with two-factor authentication

A few decades ago, organizations were content knowing their network resources were password protected. With the increasing number of security breaches and digital crime, being password protected doesn’t carry as much weight as it once did.

According to Verizon’s 2018 

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Instantly restore AD objects to any previous version

There are multiple reasons for restoring an Active Directory (AD) object to a previous version, such as a script error, deletion of the object, or an accidental modification. Unfortunately, the native AD backup and restore utility tools from Microsoft fail …

Active Directory 2 min read

Unravel security incidents using event correlation [Webinar]

Event correlation helps you wrap your head around the countless number of events going on in your organization. Our upcoming webinar, “Unraveling security incidents using event correlation,” is all about the power of event correlation. Join us on August …

Log360 1 min read

Monitoring service account password changes in Active Directory

Service accounts are dedicated Active Directory (AD) accounts that are used to manage Windows services and other network applications. These accounts have privileged access to applications, resources, and network access. Just like any other privileged account, it’s important to closely …

Active Directory 2 min read