Best Practices for Securing Active Directory Shared by JamesRichard
If we don't secure our Active Directory servers properly we are at risk. If we secure them too much it can potentially be difficult to get our job done. Somehow we need to find a good balance to make sure that our security settings aren't impeding our work. In other words, we need some Best Practices for Securing Active Directory.
Why should you attend: This Webinar is helpful for Active Directory administrators. It teaches them how to properly secure the Active Directory Domain Controllers. A vast majority of servers in the world are running Microsoft Windows operating system. This makes them a favorite target of bad guys. In this Webinar you will learn some of the best practices for securing your Active Directory environment.
Active Directory controls access to the network resources. It only makes sense to ensure Active Directory are properly secured. Some administrators feel that because Active Directory servers run on their internal network, they are safe from the bad guys. According to researchers, the majority of attack on an average network are from inside the network. When the manager hires you as an Active Directory administrator, he/she counts on you as being the expert and relies on your expertise to protect the business data and assets. If the servers are hacked, it's your job that's on the line and the management won't listen to any excuses.
Securing your Active Directory environment using best practices is key to securing your Windows network infrastructure. Among other things, this Webinar will teach you how to better secure your Active Directory Domain Controllers by reducing the attack surface, how to look for signs of compromise, and how to secure the administrative accounts.
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