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Video Killed The Radio Star For Least Privilege

Posted May 18, 2011    Peter McCalister

On August, 1, 1981 at 12:01am EST in the United States the first video played on MTv was the Buggle’s “Video Killed The Radio Star.” This was heralded as the video age and music has never been the same since. In February of 2005, YouTube launched as the premier video sharing site on the web and communication has not been the same since.

By now you are asking what this has to do with least privilege and why should I keep reading today’s blog? The short answer is that you may be interested to check out and subscribe to this YouTube channel for the latest on:

The 10 reasons to implement a least privilege solution.
How to misuse hypervisor privilege to clone virtual servers for intentional harm and how to prevent this from happening inside your organization.
The most effective way of rolling out a least privilege solution across all of your Windows desktops enterprise-wide.
How to get your desktop least privilege solution to automatically generate the rules critical for protecting your enterprise
Why superheros should also use a privilege identity management solution or face the consequences.
Once you’ve finished your popcorn and movie time you can pick up the latest whitepaper on how to successfully implement a least privilege solution in your organization.

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Posted May 28, 2015    Scott Lang

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Posted May 27, 2015    Morey Haber

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Tales from the Datacenter: Vulnerability Management Nightmares

Posted May 27, 2015    Dave Shackleford

Vulnerability scanning, threat management, risk analysis, patching, and configuration management are some of the major activities usually associated with vulnerability management, and none of these are new…so why are we failing so badly at many of them?

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