Secure Active Directory by Thinking Like an Attacker

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Attackers don’t think in lists and spreadsheets; they look at attack paths. They want to find the easiest route to your critical assets. Active Directory is often one of the quickest paths to your crown jewels. How can you secure it against attack? 

This webinar explores how attackers enumerate your infrastructure and compromise Active Directory to move laterally and elevate privileges. You'll walk away with actionable techniques to secure Active Directory by looking at attack paths and blast radiuses. By the end of this session you will see how you can beat the attackers at their own game. 

Key takeaways:

  • Tools used by attackers to see attack paths and compromise Active Directory
  • How to negate attackers from exploiting Active Directory
  • How organizations can use attack path concepts


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Danny Bradbury

Contributing Writer & North America Webinar Moderator

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Derek Melber

Chief Technology & Security Strategist, Tenable

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Dominic Vogel

Chief Security Strategist, Cyber.SC

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