With the number of applications employees use increasing rapidly, it can be relatively easy for end users to fall into the habit of using passwords like Password@123. Even though this password satisfies all the requirements of a strict password policy by including a special character, number, and an uppercase letter, it’s still susceptible to cyberattacks since it’s easy to predict.

Considering that passwords are our first layer of defense, it’s essential for us to safeguard network resources by adopting strong password policies. With that said, you’d think that the twenty-year-old Active Directory (AD) would offer a means to create and enforce strong password policies. Unfortunately it doesn’t, and what it does offer is rudimentary at best. Having security in mind, you must be able to create a password policy that includes advanced techniques such as blocking dictionary words, leaked and stolen credentials, patterns, and more.

Join our product experts in our upcoming webinar as they explain how hackers can easily crack passwords which comply with Microsoft’s default password policies. You’ll also learn how ADSelfService Plus, a comprehensive password management and single sign-on solution, can help you identify users with weak passwords. Our experts will also demonstrate how ADSelfService Plus makes it easy to create and enforce a strong password policy for AD and all connected enterprise applications.

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Date and time: 2pm EST, December 6, 2018 and 12pm IST, December 13, 2018

Join this webinar and learn how to:

  • Secure your AD domain by eliminating weak passwords.

  • Create custom password policies which block dictionary words and patterns, and granularly enforce them for specific OUs and groups.

  • Enforce the created password policy in the ADUC console, Ctrl+Alt+Del change password screen, and also during password sync on several popular on-premises and cloud applications.

  • Display the enforced custom password policy on the reset and change password pages.

Can’t make it? Go ahead and register anyway! We’ll send a recording of the webinar right to your inbox.

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