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Securing Active Directory: How to Reduce Blind Spots and Paralyze Attackers
Active Directory is used by 90% of the world’s enterprises as their primary method for authentication and authorization – it is used to connect users to systems, and different systems to each other. As a result, it is a prime target for cyberattackers to perform reconnaissance in an attempt to identify local and group admin credentials, escalate privileges, and to then move laterally across a network towards valuable targets.

To protect Active Directory and the credentials and connections it authenticates, security teams must be proactive in order to frustrate and paralyze cyberattackers. In this upcoming webinar, we will demonstrate ways to do so.

Join the webinar to learn about:

• An automated, efficient way to locate, discover and eliminate unnecessary and potentially dangerous connections and credentials across the network

• Gaining continuous visibility into cached domain admin credentials, unmonitored “shadow” admins, orphaned RDP connections, and violations of local admin policies

• Leveraging existing computer objects and users from Active Directory to create authentic-looking deceptions to detect attackers operating on production systems

• And more...

You will have a chance to ask questions and provide feedback during the webinar.

Aug 6, 2020 11:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Wade Lance
Field CTO @Illusive Networks
Wade Lance has been productizing new technologies in education, healthcare and information security for over 20 years. He has diverse experience in solution design for global 1000 cyber security teams, with an extensive background in advanced cyber-attack detection, and a specialty in cyber deception methods and platforms Prior to his career in information technology, Lance was a professional mountain guide. As Program Director at Appalachian Mountaineering he developed a new method for technical rock and ice climbing instruction that is still used today to teach advanced skills for the most dangerous environments.