If you thought your AD groups were more about mailing lists and file share access, you’re going to be surprised to learn how they can form a crucial part of attackers’ plans. Your AD groups can be not only a target but also a lure to hackers.
Locking down AD groups without shutting down your organization means you’ve got to get clever about AD group management, implement more automated management capabilities, and enable more frequent auditing of group memberships.
Join Microsoft MVP and book author Don Jones for a close look at:
- Why your AD groups attract attack
- How groups can set you up for an intrusion
- How you can wrangle them into a safer position while minimizing your own work effort