Active Directory (AD) users’ IDs that have not been used for extended periods of time pose a threat to any organization, as these IDs could be used to gain illegal access to the network. Most […]
Group Policy is a core component of Active Directory (AD) used to centrally manage an organizations’ security, application, and user settings. Group Policy settings are divided into user and computer sections, and a policy can […]
Access to files and folders is controlled by permissions or Discretionary Access Control Lists (DACLs) assigned to folders and files. In an Active Directory (AD) environment, user access to file and folder resources is governed […]
Why Audit High-Volume Copy Operations?
One of the most common methods to extract or steal information is to copy large volumes of critical information from file shares to either flash drives or other USB devices that […]
User account lockouts in Active Directory occur for a variety of reasons, and often the challenge is to determine the Windows node and user causing the lockout so as to resolve the issue. Account lockouts […]
Access control is used to govern user access to shared resources for security purposes. Active Directory access control is administered at the object level by setting different levels of access, or permissions, to objects. Some […]
Active Directory (AD) has two types of groups called Security and Distribution. Distribution groups are used for distribution lists in Exchange and cannot be assigned permissions or rights. Security groups are used for assigning permissions […]
Active Directory (AD) is a directory service that controls who has access to systems, applications, and data resources across the network. It is therefore very important to get visibility into Active Directory and track activities […]
This document details how to scan and generate a LT Auditor+ Windows Folder Security Permissions Report to display individual group members for all assigned Group Security Principals on specified folders.
LT Auditor+ 2013 […]
The new technology used in credit cards is the chip technology. Cards with chips are known as EMV cards. EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard, Visa. EMV cards come in two flavors – chip and PIN […]