Securing Active Directory: The Top Five Configuration Mistakes Putting Your Organization At Risk
Microsoft’s Active Directory is one of the most widely used technologies for the administration of groups and users within an organization’s IT networks. It serves as the central management interface for Windows domain networks, and is used for authentication and authorization of all users and machines.
This makes Active Directory a prominent and valuable target for threat actors, as attackers are able to use it as a foothold to deploy malware, create new user accounts, add new machines to the network and leverage its functionality for lateral movement. Therefore, new methods of defense are needed in order to detect and prevent these types of attack.
Download this whitepaper to learn:
- How attackers exploit and leverage Active Directory to attack organizations
- What types of vulnerabilities are used to target Active Directory
- What you can do to better protect your organization from common Active Directory misconfigurations