Breathing New Life into Active Directory

Mitigating Unstructured Data Exposure

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While turning back the hands of time to a more locked down existence is unrealistic, the direction and consequences of sensitive data exposure and breaches are most concerning. Bridging these two is the subject of this week’s insight: data access governance (DAG), and the software solutions offered by STEALTHbits to improve and streamline DAG. Among the objectives of DAG is to reduce the exposure of unstructured sensitive data by improving and streamlining the lifecycle management of account access permissions, and appropriate use of those permissions. Ultimately, the goal is to get the right data to the right people without circumventing essential business activities that rely on the exchange and sharing of sensitive data.

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Breathing New Life into Active DirectorySPIE 2016 #9 - March 11/2016IntroductionMounting Reasons for ConcernRoad to Remedy: Modernize Active Directory for Better DAGStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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