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If you’re honest with yourself, you already know your active directory isn’t secure. It’s riddled with over-privilege users, running on virtual infrastructure owned by someone other than those that own AD, put at risk by users clicking on malware intent on gaining control, and is generally configured to provide service, but not necessarily provide it securely.
So, how do you improve your AD security stance?
In this informative webinar, join industry expert and Penton contributor Nick Cavalancia, as he discusses:
- Starting with AD: What can you do to cleanup and ensure a secure AD configuration?
- The Ever-Changing Perimeter: Ways to limit exposure as you extend AD.
- Users – the Threat Beyond the Perimeter: How to effectively deal with the greatest gap in your security – your users.
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Nick Cavalancia has nearly 20 years of enterprise IT experience, is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer, and columnist and has achieved industry certifications including MCSE, MCT, Master CNE and Master CNI. He has authored, co-authored and contributed to over a dozen books on Microsoft technologies. Nick regularly speaks, writes and blogs for some of the most recognized tech companies today on a variety of topics.
Russell Rice is Senior Director of Product Management for Skyport Systems. With more than 20 years in the network security industry, he has held senior leadership roles in product management, technical marketing, and engineering and worked at startups and established companies, including Skyport, Cisco, Global Internet, Dow Jones, and Gamer’s Den. Mr. Rice is currently involved in the emerging Skyport SkySecure product, a cloud managed hyper-converged system that simplifies the deployment, management and security of today’s complex data center.
Allen Brokken is Chief Cyber Security Architect for Ascent Solutions and is a 20-year Identity and Security veteran. Seven of those years were spent with Microsoft consulting services assisting some of the largest customers in the world with Information Security Architecture and Planning. While doing this he developed a repeatable strategic plan for enterprises to address credential theft mitigation across their IT environment. Allen has a Master’s Degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Missouri – Rolla and a degree in Physics from Northeast Missouri State University.