• 8 of the most critical Windows security event IDs

    The Security Log helps detect potential security problems, ensures user accountability, and serves as evidence during security breaches. This guide sheds light on the eight most critical events among Windows security events.

    Read our guide to learn about:
    • Logon activity
    • Security group changes
    • Event log clearance
    • Account lockout
    • Object access
  • 5 things you should know about User Behavior Analytics

    As the threat landscape continues to evolve at an alarming rate, Gartner predicts that the market for user behavior analytics (UBA) will grow at a steep 48 percent CAGR between 2015 and 2020; UBA is clearly here to stay. So if you’re not familiar with UBA already, it’s about time you got acquainted. Download our guide to see how the following five topics will tell you everything you need to know about UBA:

    What UBA has to offer:
    • How UBA works
    • UBA vs. rogue insiders
    • UBA vs. compromised accounts
    • UBA vs. external threats
  • The expert's guide to prevent insider threats

    The User behavior analytics - Securing your network against the unexpected guide explains how UBA works, how it helps uncover anomalies, and enhances insider threat detection.

    What you can learn from this guide:
    • Various ways in which UBA
    • can help spot insider threats.
    • How UBA fortifies your AD.
    • Shortcomings of traditional methods
    • to spot user anomalies.
  • Defend against insider attacks using UBA

    In a constantly evolving threat landscape, there is only little that traditional security tools can do.

    This white paper will cover:
    • Monitoring rogue users
    • Checking for compromised accounts
    • Detecting unusual processes on member servers
  • Reducing account lockout complaints while remote working

    Finding the source of lockouts and resolving each instance takes up a huge chunk of time. But we're here to make it easier for you! In this guide, we'll discuss how to hasten the process of resolving account lockouts. You'll also be offered tips on how to perform an in-depth analysis to detect potential breaches before they occur.

    What you'll find in this e-book:
    • Tips and tricks on finding the source of a lockout.
    • Resolving an account lockout from start to finish.
    • Real-world scenarios of how account lockouts can cause a breach.
  • 5 tell-tale signs you're heading for a compliance violation

    In this e-book you'll learn the following 5 tell-tale signs that you are heading into a compliance violation:

    • No change management system
    • No role-based privileges
    • Privilege creep
    • Lack of periodic review
    • Stale accounts build up
  • Office 365 user provisioning

    Office 365 is a powerful resource for enterprises who want to work from the cloud, but it does come with its downsides. We've compiled some guides to arm you with the tools you need to improve your Office 365 management. This guide is about provisioning Office 365 user accounts.

  • AD-based TFA and SSO for enterprise applications

    Although information technology has come a long way over the past couple decades, the digital identities of employees are still protected by a simple username-password combination. For each application employees use, an additional username and password is added to the list of credentials employees have to remember. In this e-book, you'll learn why traditional methods of authentication are not enough, and how you can implement TFA the right way.

  • 3 Major identity security failures of the last decade

    Three instances in which organizations with some of the best cybersecurity systems were hacked by cybercriminals due to loopholes in their IAM strategies. Checklist of IAM best practices, helping you assess your organization's current IAM capabilities.

  • Simplifying Enterprise Single Sign-On for 100+ Cloud Applications

    By reading our e-book you'll learn how to:
    • Enable single sign-on (SSO) for more than 100 cloud applications.
    • Control SSO based on OUs and group memberships in AD for each configured application.
    • Handle an increasing number of applications as well as the passwords associated with them.
    • Leverage AD credentials as the authentication source for logging into enterprise applications.
  • Efficient password management

    Key insights from this ebook:
    • Why are IT help desks constantly occupied with password-related issues?
    • How can enabling password self-service for end users improve productivity?
    • How can administrators keep a close eye on password-related user actions?
  • The administrator's guide to simplifying password management

    Key insights from this guide
    • Identify which areas of Active Directory's password policies are lacking.
    • Learn about password self-service, single sign-on, and other methods that bridge AD's shortcomings.
    • Discover the right third-party solution for implementing these methods with ease.
  • Tackling password management challenges

    Read our guide to find out:
    • How to easily handle password resets and account lockouts.
    • How to prevent password and account expirations.
    • The most efficient way to manage email group subscriptions.
    • The simplest way to enter and update user data.
    • How to streamline access to multiple enterprise applications.
  • End user password self-service: For hassle-free remote working

    With this e-book, you can learn:
    • How to empower remote workers to reset their passwords and unlock their accounts right from their logon screen.
    • How to set up two-factor authentication (2FA)
    • How to notify remote users about their impending password expiration
  • How IT teams can stay in control of password management

    This e-book offers an insider perspective on:
    • Why passwords are here to stay and why they are better than biometric
    • How to stay on top of password reset calls and weak passwords
    • How to implement the best practices of password management
  • CCPA handbook

    In this CCPA handbook, you'll learn about:
    • The impact the CCPA will have on both consumers and businesses.
    • The rights of consumers under the CCPA.
    • The penalties and fines applicable for organizations that do not comply.
    • The measures organizations need to take to comply with the CCPA.
  • Three lethal, uncommon cyberattacks

    • How hackers use unconventional cyberattacks to infiltrate your organization.
    • Why the security measures of popular tools like Active Directory are inadequate to handle such cyberthreats.
    • How a few key security and reporting measures help avert security incidents.
  • Three security practices for the next decade

    Key insights from the guide:
    • The importance of having an efficient IGA infrastructure.
    • The three security practices that can help you achieve the balance between accessibility and security.
    • The right third-party tools that can help you implement and administer the discussed practices.
  • Implement strong password management to deliver seamless continuity for your business

    Key insights from the e-book:
    • Why traditional passwords are here to stay.
    • How mishandled passwords can cripple your organization.
    • Simple, easy-to-implement password management best practices.
  • Busted: Three Identity management myths

    In this e-book, you'll learn about the following top 3 identity security myths:

    • Myth #1 User onboarding takes a long time.
    • Myth #2 Setting up user access and privileges is time-consuming.
    • Myth #3 Deprovisioning can be scary.
  • Thwarting common password attack methods

    With this e-book, we will discuss:
    • Why Microsoft's Active Directory password policy is no longer a viable option.
    • Common password attack methods (Password guessing, Dictionary attacks, Brute force attacks, Phishing, Social engineering), and how to prevent them.
    • The right tool for implementing these prevention mechanisms.
  • AD-based TFA and SSO for enterprise applications

    Although information technology has come a long way over the past couple decades, the digital identities of employees are still protected by a simple username-password combination. For each application employees use, an additional username and password is added to the list of credentials employees have to remember.

    In this e-book, you'll learn why traditional methods of authentication are not enough, and how you can implement TFA the right way.

  • Self-Service Approval Workflow

    With this e-book, you can learn how to:
    • Make self-service safe, consistent, and easy to use
    • Give help desk staff control over users’ self-service actions
    • Collect quality data during self-update and authorizing
    • self-service group management actions
    • Authenticate users for password reset and account unlock
    • Track self-service requests and help desk actions
  • Extending password support through cached credential update

    With this e-book, you can learn:
    • How to empower remote workers to reset their passwords and unlock their accounts independently
    • How to set up two-factor authentication (2FA)
    • How to notify remote users about their impending password expiration via email, SMS, and push notifications.
  • Active Directory based password synchronization

    In this e-book, we will discuss:
    • Real-time password synchronization for cloud applications
    • Challenges for Salesforce users
    • A simple solution
    • Advantages in synchronizing passwords
  • Guide to keeping Active Directory user attributes up-to-date

    Empowering users to update their profile information stored in AD can improve the accuracy of employee data, and also reduce the cost associated with involving the help desk in updating directory information.

    In this guide, we will discuss:
    • Why is it important to keep Active Directory (AD)
    • user attributes up-to-date?
    • How ADSelfService Plus helps: AD Self-Update for user attribute management
  • Beginner's guide to Azure AD Password Protection

    This e-book offers an insider perspective on:
    • Azure AD Password Protection: What it is and how it works.
    • What works and what doesn’t - the good, the bad, the ugly.
    • A better alternative to Azure AD Password Protection.
  • Why passwords are here to stay

    This e-book offers an insider perspective on:
    • Why passwords are here to stay and why they are better than biometric or physical authentication mechanisms.
    • How to stay on top of password reset calls and weak passwords despite the growth in the number of passwords.
    • How to implement the best practices of password management, such as self-service password reset, and single sign-on.
  • Single sign-on and how it helps meet regulatory compliance

    Wouldn’t it be great if employees could securely log in to all their corporate apps using just one set of credentials? Single Sign-On (SSO) ensures just this. It offers the security that your organization needs and provides the streamlined application access that your employees want.

    In this e-book, we will discuss:
    • The major business drivers for SSO
    • The major benefits of SSO
    • The compliance benefits of SSO
  • Prevent Active Directory password expiration with SMS and email alerts

    According to 2018 research by Forrester, organizations spend around $1 million on resolving password-related help desk calls.

    In this e-book, we will discuss:
    • Undeniable IT expenses due to expired passwords
    • How IT admins can deal with password expiration
    • The ideal solution: Notify users about password expiration, for free
  • Buyer's guide Self-service password reset solution

    If you're part of your organization's IT team, you've probably heard a few grumbles about password reset calls. Due to the time needed to verify user identities and reset passwords in the target IT system or application, password reset calls can severely reduce help desk productivity.

    In this e-book, we will discuss about the top 5 key barriers to the success of a self-service password management solution.

  • Three lethal, uncommon cyberattacks

    Key insights from the guide:
    • How hackers use unconventional cyberattacks to infiltrate your organization.
    • Why the security measures of popular tools like Active Directory are inadequate to handle such cyberthreats.
    • How a few key security and reporting measures help avert security incidents.
  • The three password management practices that IGA requires

    Key insights from the guide:
    • The importance of having an efficient IGA infrastructure, and how password security lays the foundation for good IGA.
    • The three security practices that can help you achieve the balance between accessibility and security.
    • The right third-party tools that can help you implement and administer the discussed practices.
  • Authenticating users just once isn't safe anymore

    In this e-book, we will discuss:
    • Why traditional authentication methods aren't good enough any more.
    • The right way to implement two-factor authentication.
    • How two-factor authentication works.
    • The benefits of coupling single sign-on with two-factor authentication.
  • Simplifying password management

    In this e-book, you can:
    • Learn about the costs of handling mundane password management tasks, and how they take a toll on productivity.
    • Discover essential features that a good password management solution should offer and how these features can help your organization.
    • See the return on investment of implementing the right password management solution.
  • The FBI's recommendations for IT admins to prevent BEC attacks on Office 365 users

    In this e-book, we will discuss:
    • What BEC scams are, and their different types.
    • The reason behind their prevalence.
    • Some recent successful BEC scams.
    • The FBI's five recommendations for defending against BEC attacks.
  • Deliver outstanding patient care with a comprehensive IT compliance solution

    Healthcare organizations face several challenges while navigating the IT environment. Ensuring critical patient data integrity, managing compliance controls, and mitigating insider threats are imperative to the success of the organization.

    In this e-book, we'll cover:
    • How real-time file server access auditing will help fortify electronic health records (EHR).
    • Why leveraging user behavior analytics (UBA) can mitigate privilege misuse.
    • How healthcare IT staff can secure PHI and meet HIPAA compliance.
    • Why granular password policies and MFA will improve your security posture.
  • 5 tell-tale signs you're heading for a compliance violation

    In this e-book you'll learn the following 5 tell-tale signs that you are heading into a compliance violation:

    • 1. No change management system
    • 2. No role-based privileges
    • 3. Privilege creep
    • 4. Lack of periodic review
    • 5. Stale accounts build up
  • The ultimate AD change management game plan

    Managing Active Directory infrastructures is an inherently complex responsibility; the number of changes in most systems, like users being onboarded, moved, promoted, or offboarded, often pose a major challenge for IT teams. Sometimes changes are unexpected and unwarranted, leaving IT admins scrambling. Read this e-book to know how you can manage Active Directory changes proactively.

  • 5 reasons why you need to automate IAM process

    For organizations that grow each day, manually performing AD user management tasks becomes cumbersome. On top of that, there are certain crucial AD tasks—such as user provisioning, deprovisioning, and managing Office 365 licenses—where there's no space for error.

    This guide exposes the most common identity management and access control blunders and discusses how automation is the best solution to prevent these mistakes.

  • Active Directory mistakes that can ruin your enterprise

    It's time for the IT industry to step-up the security game by identifying common pitfalls in managing Active Directory (AD) and taking relevant measures to plug security gaps.

    Here are the top five mistakes in AD management that are too costly to ignore along with the solution for each of them.

  • Seven best practices to secure your Office 365

    As organisations migrate sensitive and business-critical data to the Microsoft cloud, many security concerns arise: Is our data secure? Who has access to it? What if unauthorized users compromise privileged accounts ? How to meet the compliance requirements?

    In this white paper, we’ll look at security monitoring best practices for Office 365, including what types of activities you should monitor, what types of threats to look for, and what tools you should use to do so.

  • O365 Manager Plus does what PowerShell scripts can't.

    The Office 365 admin center and PowerShell are powerful Office 365 administration tools. But both of them are complex, and require technical expertise to use them. In most of the cases both the admin center and the PowerShell scripts prove to be of no, or little use.

    AD360's Office 365 management module, O365 Manager Plus, comes as a boon to fulfill all your Office 365 needs. It simplifies all the tasks that can be performed with both the Office 365 admin center and PowerShell scripts, and much more.

  • Why do you need an Archival Solution?

    If your organization is serious about auditing all user and admin activity in Office 365, then you'll have to deal with the volumes of audit logs that are added to your database every minute. These audit logs contain traces of all types of activity, ranging from simple file renames to password resets and unwanted login attempts.

    Learn elaborately why you need a Office 365 audit log archival solution from this e-book.

  • Seven best practices to secure your Office 365

    As organisations migrate sensitive and business-critical data to the Microsoft cloud, many security concerns arise: Is our data secure? Who has access to it? What if unauthorized users compromise privileged accounts ? How to meet the compliance requirements?

    In this white paper, we’ll look at security monitoring best practices for Office 365, including what types of activities you should monitor, what types of threats to look for, and what tools you should use to do so.

  • An admin's guide to securing Office 365 productivity apps

    Key insights from this guide:

    • Limitations of native Office 365 tools in securing Office 365 productivity apps.
    • How O365 Manager Plus overcomes the shortcomings of Office 365's native tool.
    • Features of O365 Manager Plus that secure Office 365 productivity apps, along with use cases.
  • An admin's guide to boosting your Office 365 Secure Score

    While Office 365's native tool can help you improve your Secure Score, it still has a number of limitations:

    • Only 90 days of log storage
    • Limited audit log download capability
    • Non-customizable administrator roles
    • Complex multi-tenant support

    Download our free e-book and learn not only how to improve your Office 365 Secure Score, but also attain capabilities beyond what Office 365's native tool has to offer.

  • 5 things to do immediately after an O365 email account compromise.

    Key insights from this e-book:
    • The common signs of Office 365 account compromise
    • Steps to resecure your compromised account
    • How O365 Manager Plus overcomes the limitations of Office 365's native tools
  • Office 365 service health monitoring

    Office 365 offers 99.9 percent uptime, guaranteed by a financially-backed SLA. However, the remedial Service Credit guaranteed in the SLA is subject to accurate reporting of downtime. Any downtime that goes unnoticed or isn't reported before being resolved won't count against the SLA. What's more, detecting and reporting on service outages using the Office 365 admin center is difficult.

    In this e-book. you'll learn the limitations of Office 365's native tools, and how you can overcome them.

  • Office 365 compliance and security guide

    In this e-book, you'll learn how you can:
    • Generate reports for IT regulatory compliance.
    • Get reports on Exchange and Azure admin activities, litigation hold, and more.
    • Monitor mail traffic to detect spam and malware.
    • Detect loss of sensitive data to enable faster disaster recovery.
    • Get critical alerts on OneDrive for Business, Microsoft Teams, Yammer, Sway, and more.
  • The US Department of Homeland Security's Office 365 security best practices

    The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has suggested 5 best practices that can help admins protect their Office 365 setup from cyberattacks. While helpful, these best practices often aren't enough. In our e-book, we'll talk about the report's findings, and how to take Office 365 security a step further.

    We'll cover:
    • Examples of configuration vulnerabilities.
    • Best practices for Office 365 admins.
    • Securing Office 365: Going beyond CISA recommendations
  • How to protect your C-suite from whale phishing attacks.

    Successful whale phishing campaigns can result in wire transfers of enormous sums, loss of valuable intellectual property or sensitive business information, and more. In this e-book, we discuss how whaling attacks are carried out, and how to protect your organization’s C-suite from such attacks.

    In this e-book, we'll cover:
    • What whale phishing is, and how it's done.
    • A recent case study.
    • How to protect your C-suite from whale phishing.
  • Streamlining Office 365 user life cycle management

    This ebook will cover solutions for tackling challenges with:
    • User onboarding
    • User offboarding
    • Entitlement creep
    • Just-in-time access
    • Loss in productivity due to repetitive tasks
  • How to streamline your disaster recovery plan

    In this e-book, you'll learn:
    • Key components of a business continuity plan
    • How to align data protection with business requirements
    • How to integrate your incident response plan with backup processes
    • Why a proactive backup and recovery tool can help reduce the risk of downtime
  • 9 reasons why you need to back up your Office 365 data

    Office 365 has maintained an uptime of 99.97% ever since Q1 of 2017. With such an excellent uptime record and no significant issues relating to data loss, is it still necessary to backup your Office 365 data?

    • The answer is yes.
  • NSA's best practices Ebook

    Key insights from this e-book:
    • The four classes of vulnerabilities according to the NSA
    • Best practices to eliminate these vulnerabilities
    • How to implement the NSA's recommendations in your cloud environment

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