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Mitigating the Risks of Privilege-based Attacks

In Federal Agencies, Access is a Privilege – Compliance is a Must

Posted November 6, 2014    Chris Burd

Faster than you can say “Edward Snowden,” U.S. government agencies have begun looking critically at their policies and practices regarding user and administrator privileges. At the same time, the current regulatory environment is more than stringent and complex enough – with sufficiently severe penalties for noncompliance – to create anxiety and urgency for IT teams,…

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Implementing Least Privilege for Windows the Easy Way

Posted July 31, 2014    Morey Haber

The concept of least privilege states that asset users should have the lowest level of access privileges required to effectively conduct their jobs. Implementing least privilege can bring several benefits to your organization, including: Increased security by reducing the attack surface available to users and to potential attackers who compromise user systems via phishing, malware,…

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