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Webinar 6: 24th Nov 12pm EST, Nov 25th 12pm EET
10 security vulnerabilities that excite hackers 45 mins
Misconfigurations are one of the fastest-growing security risks that pave the way for threat-actors to intrude into the network. Attackers have now started to realize that leveraging existing security vulnerabilities or misconfigurations in software is a quicker way to to gain access to organizations’ sensitive resources and data. To make things more difficult, such attack techniques are difficult to detect by most traditional security solutions as they exploit the operational flaws.
In this webinar, we’ll help you:
Identify the various vulnerabilities and exploitable bugs that can be leveraged by threat actors to intrude into your network.
Understand how network misconfigurations and administration mishaps can be the root cause of a security breach, or a propagation factor.
Gain complete control over your network by adopting a multi-layer security approach to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities and misconfigurations across popular apps and platforms such as Active Directory (AD),Exchange Servers, cloud infrastructures such as Azure AD, network devices and more.
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Why attend this webinar?
The Zero Trust framework follows a “never trust, always verify” policy. Unlike other security models, which automatically trust individuals and devices that are already within the corporate network, Zero Trust advocates trusting no one at any time. Hence, Zero Trust should be part of any organization’s identity and access management (IAM) solution.
Steps to adopt a Zero Trust model:
Provide frictionless access with MFA and SSO
Validate changes with a request and approve process
Employ the principle of least privilege (POLP) and just-in-time (JIT) access
Disable accounts of former employees automatically
Monitor and audit privileged user activity