In many cases, advanced attackers are focused on achieving domain administrator privileges because of the unrestricted access and control these credentials have in the IT landscape. With proactive protection and threat detection, organizations can effectively thwart attackers’ attempts to steal credentials and move laterally through the network. Download this whitepaper to learn more about how organizations can design and implement strategies to protect access to domain administrator credentials.
Security and Risk Management
This white paper presents the security pains prevalent in Unix environments and offers some advice on what requirements to look for when evaluating solutions for these pains.
The Enhanced Security Administrative Environments (ESAE) is a secured, bastion forest architecture designed to manage the Active Directory and all the associated identities that exist within ‘Tier-0’ environments. Its general purpose is to lock down and secure these environments for obvious reasons – if an attacker gains access to high profile targets such as ‘Tier-0’ assets and the Active Directory, they’re ultimately provided with untethered access to domain-joined IT infrastructure. One of the most commonly used techniques in advanced attacks is to exploit privileged accounts and their associated credentials, especially those that provide access to the domain controller. This solution brief describes how CyberArk can help secure privileged access, create credential boundaries, provide enhanced auditing and recording within the ESAE and production environments, and more!
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