Active Directory Protection

Attivo amplía la protección del Directorio Activo de dispositivos no administrados

Attivo Networks anunció que ha ampliado su portafolio de protección del Directorio Activo con capacidades para detectar de manera eficiente ataques basados en identidad a nivel del controlador de dominio desde todos los puntos finales. La nueva solución ADSecure-DC brinda protección contra amenazas y ataques que se originan en Windows, así como en dispositivos Mac, Linux, …

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Visibility and Invisibility of Credential Protection: Frank Ohlhorst and Attivo Networks Unpack the How and Why

FREMONT, Calif. – October 13, 2021 – Attivo Networks®, the experts in preventing identity privilege escalation and detecting lateral movement attacks, today announced it will host a webinar titled: “Visibility and Invisibility of Credential Protection.” Frank Ohlhorst, tech industry journalist and principal analyst for emerging and disruptive technologies and at Media Ops, and Carolyn Crandall, chief …

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New Impact Brief Reveals the Top 5 Active Directory Protection Solutions

The paper’s analysis confirms that beyond ensuring basic Active Directory hygiene, IT and security executives should look for key capabilities when selecting technology to prevent and detect AD vulnerabilities, threats, and attacks. These capabilities include high visibility for AD vulnerabilities and exposures, detection of live attacks, and discovery of misconfigurations.

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Recent Attacks Command New Innovation for Stronger Active Directory Security

Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Security Advocate and CMO, Attivo Networks – The new year is in just its third month, but large-scale cyberattacks have already made headlines worldwide. Research continues to reveal new fallout from the SolarWinds attack, and the world is bracing for the full scope of the Microsoft Exchange attack. Cybersecurity professionals and governments have both paid a tremendous amount of attention to these recent attacks—as they should—and particularly to why they continue to be so challenging to avoid, detect, and remediate.

Alsid Acquisition Validates the Criticality of Active Directory Protection

Written by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Security Advocate and CMO – Managing privileged access today is very different from prior years when organizations tried to confine systems and resources to inside the network as much as possible. Privileged access now extends from endpoints to the cloud and covers credentials, infrastructure, databases, and network devices. Given this shift, it has become progressively harder not only to authorize and authenticate user access but also to prevent an attacker from discovering identity permissions and credentials to leverage for their attacks.

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SolarWinds Supply Chain Attack: Automating Incident Response to Detect Lateral Movement

Author: Attivo Research Team – SolarWinds issued an advisory on 13 December 2020 informing users of a sophisticated attack on its Orion Platform, an application that monitors and manages IT environments. FireEye analyzed the SolarWinds Orion Platform code compromise (dubbed SUNBURST) and shared further post-analysis details in a recently released blog.

Attivo Networks and SentinelOne Integration Delivers Protection Against Credential-Based Attacks

We are proud to announce that Attivo Networks and SentinelOne are now working together to disrupt attacks from modern adversaries. By combining the two companies’ solutions, joint customers gain the ability to prevent endpoint compromises and disrupt an attacker’s attempts to gather credentials and perform reconnaissance activities that are needed for lateral movement. Additionally, Attivo Networks has joined the SentinelOne Singularity Partner Program, which creates a collaboration model for the two companies to work together to sell and support customers.

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Attackers want Active Directory privileges. Here’s how to stop them

A growing number of threat actors use advanced persistent threat (APT) tactics to progress their attacks. More and more target Active Directory (AD), domain controllers, and flaws in Kerberos tickets to find weaknesses, steal credentials, and escalate privileges. By gathering this information, attackers can gain what they need to establish a foothold, move laterally through …

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Attackers Are Trick or Treating at Your Door—and You’re Giving Them the Candy

Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer, Attivo Networks – Halloween is upon us once more, but as with most things, it looks a little different this year. While adults wrestle with the countless disruptions the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to their lives and businesses, children worldwide are grappling with the sad possibility that trick-or-treating may not be an option this year. Unfortunately, the pandemic has not similarly deterred cybercriminals. Cyberattacks are on the rise, with attackers leveraging the widespread remote work and other consequences of the pandemic to ransack networks throughout the world.

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