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Retina CS

Top 5 Tips and Tricks for Retina CS 4.5

Posted August 8, 2013    Morey Haber

I honestly believe we have the best pre-sales, post sales, and technical support departments in the security industry. They are responsive, technical, and can customize BeyondTrust solutions to match individual business requirements, even when they are pretty comprehensive outside-of-the-box. Based on their work, we have an internal process and external knowledge base to document these…

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Controlling User Accounts and Regulatory Compliance

Posted July 15, 2013    Morey Haber

PCI DSS Requirement 8 requires that organizations must be able to identify and log all user and administrative access to information systems and applications containing credit card and personally identifiable information. In addition, environments must also have a unique ID for every individual that will have computer access to these systems.  This simple requirement can…

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What can the Retina CS Threat Management Console do for me?

Posted July 10, 2013    Morey Haber

I am spending this week at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. It is a change for me. I am attending as a participant partner verses working the traditional conference trade show booth. This is relevant to the blog because as a I network with other partners, I find myself explaining BeyondTrust as a dynamic security…

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Our CTO Writes for SC Magazine’s Threat of the Month: SCADA “sport fishing”

Posted July 2, 2013    Sarah Lieber

Our CTO, Marc Maiffret wrote for the SC Magazine column,Threat of the Month: SCADA “sport fishing” section yesterday. Read an excerpt below and read the full article here. What is it? SCADA is not just a focus because of its often critical deployments, but also because performing vulnerability research on SCADA systems is easy, like…

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Control Access and Reduce Risk

Posted June 14, 2013    Bill Virtue

In my last blog I discussed bringing the NOC and SOC closer together, providing IT Operations with tools that improve security. This week I’ll go into more specifics of the solution and show how PowerBroker for Windows is used by both IT Operations and Security Operations teams. The Challenge Supporting a security principle such as…

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Our Newest Product Release: Retina CS 4.5

Posted June 13, 2013    Sarah Lieber

We are very excited for our latest release of Retina CS 4.5. With this release, the Retina CS platform continues to extend our leadership in risk identification and prioritization. By integrating the PowerBroker product portfolio with Retina CS, our customers are able to combine vulnerability data with privileged identity and password management risk intelligence, which provides them with improved situational…

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June 2013 Patch Tuesday

Posted June 11, 2013    BeyondTrust Research Team

It’s halfway through the year and we are seeing the total bulletin count creep just past fifty. This month, Microsoft is providing patches for Internet Explorer, the Windows kernel (and kernel-mode drivers), Windows print spooler components, and Microsoft Office. There are five bulletins in total, comprised of 1 critical (Internet Explorer) bulletin and the remaining…

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Our Newest Product Release: PowerBroker for Windows 6.0

Posted June 5, 2013    Sarah Lieber

We’re very excited to announce the release of PowerBroker for Windows 6.0, the industry’s first identity management solution able to leverage least privilege and vulnerability data scanned by the award winning Retina CS Threat Management Console. This allows our customers to take a system’s overall risk into context when deciding what level of privileges a user or…

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Advanced Architectures with the Retina Protection Agent

Posted May 31, 2013    Morey Haber

One of the extended features of Retina CS is the Retina Protection Agent. This component is licensed with Retina and allows for users to assess hosts for vulnerabilities using a local scanning agent verses a network scan. This forgoes the need of a traditional SaaS or on-premise vulnerability assessment solution to perform a scan outside…

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Retina CS 4.5 – Calendars and Vulnerability Smart Rules

Posted May 21, 2013    Morey Haber

One of the many challenges facing Product Management today is addressing client feature requests. Often times, the request for a specific business problem does not translate to other customers or markets. Other times, the request is so complicated to explain, it takes multiple discussions to figure out the root problem and to figure out if…

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