11 October, 2018 | Steve Dickson

Why Isn’t Native Office 365 and Azure AD Auditing Good Enough?

The Netwrix 2018 Cloud Security Report shows that cloud technology has captured the attention of more and more companies. 42% of respondents are ready for broader cloud adoption, and half of them plan to store more customer, employee and financial information there in the near future. For many...
20 September, 2018 | Ryan Brooks

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Security

You may have been following our series of blog posts on Microsoft Windows Server security features and capabilities for reducing risk in your IT infrastructure. Today, we’ve compiled a list of all these blog posts. You can use them in two ways as you work to secure your Windows Server...
20 September, 2018 | Ryan Brooks

Securing Your Servers with Windows Defender, AppLocker, SCT and More

Malware — computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses, ransomware, spyware and so one — is a continuous threat to organizations because it can damage devices and enable unauthorized parties to access the network remotely to collect and transmit sensitive information. Windows Server 2016 includes the...
5 September, 2018 | Jeff Melnick

What Is Privilege Escalation?

Privilege escalation is a common threat vector for adversaries, which allows them to enter organizations’ IT infrastructure and seek permissions to steal sensitive data, disrupt operations and create backdoors for future attacks. Elevated privileges open doors for attackers to mess with security...
30 August, 2018 | Jeff Melnick

Privileged Access Management in Windows Server

Many organizations struggle to secure their systems because their Active Directory is already compromised. AD is usually compromised by insiders or successful attacks on them. So how to keep environment protected even when a privileged your account got hacked? Microsoft Windows Server 2016 has...
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