The Top 10 Actions Every Organization Should Take to Protect their AD from Attacks
Date: Tuesday, November 16th at 11am PT / 2pm ET
You know that cyber-attacks are coming. Maybe you’ve already been hit. Almost every attack is centered on finding a foothold in Active Directory, escalating privileges, and wreaking havoc. But did you know that there are some relatively simple actions you can take that will greatly increase your chances of fighting off attackers and building your resilience?
In this Webinar security experts from Ravenswood and Semperis will team up to provide you with 10 actions you can take today that will:
- Eliminate some of the most common AD vulnerabilities
- Obstruct attackers’ efforts to escalate privileges and build persistence
- Place you in a position to recover quickly, completely, and cleanly from an attack
Sign up today to begin your journey towards cyber resilience and safety.
About the speakers:
Brian Desmond | Principal, Ravenswood Technology Group
Brian is a Principal at Ravenswood Technology Group. At Ravenswood, Brian helps commercial enterprise and higher education customers solve problems surrounding Enterprise Mobility, Active Directory, Identity Management, and Office 365. Brian was recognized annually as a Microsoft MVP for Identity and Access Management for 15 years for his contributions to the Microsoft technical communities at large. Brian is the author of Active Directory, 5th Edition published by O’Reilly as well as a frequent contributor to leading industry publications. You can often find Brian speaking at conferences and events worldwide.
Sean Deuby | Director of Services, Semperis
Sean Deuby brings 30 years’ experience in Enterprise IT and Hybrid Identity to his role as Director of Services at Semperis. An original architect and technical leader of Intel's Active Directory, Texas Instrument’s Windows NT network, and 15-time MVP alumnus, Sean has been involved with Microsoft identity technology since its inception. His experience as an identity strategy consultant for many Fortune 500 companies gives him a broad perspective on the challenges of today's identity-centered security.