Updating Your Active Directory Security to the Modern Threat Environment

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Active Directory (AD) is at the heart of the IT infrastructure for over 90% of organisations and consequently is a primary target for attackers seeking to gain access to sensitive company data.

The security of Active Directory is a moving target and although periodic audits are essential, daily monitoring is just as important.

Join us in this webinar where we’ll investigate the best practices for Active Directory security to prevent it from keeping you up at night.

This session will be covering:

  • Types of Active Directory attacks
  • Adopting an assume breach / zero trust position around AD
  • The principle of least privilege
  • Insider Threats
  • Monitoring passwords for compromise


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Simon Clark

Director, FortNet UK

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James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Darren James

Senior Product Manager, Specops Software – An Outpost24 Company

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