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Retina CS

Top 5 Tips and Tricks for Retina CS 4.5

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…

Post by Morey Haber August 8, 2013
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What can the Retina CS Threat Management Console do for me?

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…

Post by Morey Haber July 10, 2013
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Our Newest Product Release: PowerBroker for Windows 6.0

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…

Post by Sarah Lieber June 5, 2013
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PowerBroker for Windows Policy Through Retina CS Web Services

PowerBroker for Windows has traditionally relied on Active Directory Group Policy to populate assets with the latest rules and policies. The technology also contains a utility for managing off-line systems called PBDeploy and has met the challenges for many organizations when a domain is not available for authentication. With the growing number of portable Windows…

Post by Morey Haber May 29, 2013
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The Integrity of Files and Privileged Identity Management

The concept of privilege identity management allows for the elevation of applications and operating system functions to authoritative users based on rules and policies. While the basic context of the user does not have permissions to perform these tasks, the rules and policies in place provide a vehicle for them to operate in a privileged…

Post by Morey Haber May 27, 2013
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Session Monitoring Provides Context Aware Security for Windows

The Windows world is about to get a long overdue lesson from Unix. Privilege Identity Management does not stop at just logging that an application gets launched with elevated privileges; administrators need to know what the user does with that application, as well. Did they use the program within the guidelines of company policy or…

Post by Morey Haber May 23, 2013
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Tech Tip: PowerBroker for Windows 6.0 Sneak Peek

Have you ever wanted to see what activities someone has performed inside one of your line-of-business apps for troubleshooting purposes? Maybe you just want to monitor what activities a network administrator performed on your Exchange Server to track down a configuration change. Well, we’ve got an exciting new feature in the upcoming release of PowerBroker…

Post by Peter Beauregard May 16, 2013
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