The Silent Scream of Every Network: The Horror that is Active Directory Security

Date: Thursday, February 17th at 11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET

Lying deep in every network is Active Directory. The legacy network operating system that just will not die! It is like a Frankenstein, connected to nearly every application, service, IAM, and device. The beast is always changing, which makes it more hideous every day. Owners keep it buried, so it is rarely give the attention that it needs to withstand the onslaught from attackers, both inside and outside. The mind of AD is simplistic, allowing anyone that makes a request to see the roadmap and full details within. Everyone knows it needs attention, but one wrong setting could stop its heartbeat, causing total destruction of the network. Let Derek Melber, 17X Microsoft MVP show you how to operate on the beast, making it capable of withstanding the constant attacks.

Active Directory is like Frankenstein, connected everywhere, but with little brains to protect itself. The constant changes make to AD make it more hideous every day. Secure the horror that is your AD today!

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About the presenter:

Derek Melber, Chief Technical & Security Strategist

Derek Melber is an accomplished Chief Technology and Security Strategist, Advisor, and Professional Speaker with more than 25 years of success across the computer & network security industries. As a 17X Microsoft MVP, leveraging extensive experience in unifying products, marketing, sales, and content, he is a valuable advisor for any organization trying to achieve success and exceed company goals around identity security and management. His broad areas of expertise include Active Directory, Group Policy, identity security, network security, and information technology management.

Date: 02/17/2022

Time: 11:00 am PT

Duration: 1 hour


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