For organizations looking to protect their IT environment, credential theft is still a top concern. Let’s go over some of the trends you need to watch out for this year.
Over the past year, we’ve been conducting extensive Microsoft Active Directory assessments across varying organizations. Our findings revealed the startling fact that nearly 100 percent of IT environments are susceptible to malicious attacks, thanks to just one critical application: Active Directory. Let’s discuss some of the reasons why this is.
Ninety-five percent of Fortune 1000 companies use Microsoft Active Directory for authentication. Because Active Directory (AD) is not on the radar of most organizations as a target for cyber attacks, it’s often overlooked and vulnerable. Check out our infographic for more, and then download our ebook on protecting your Active Directory here.
Even the best security isn’t a failsafe against determined hackers. Let’s take look at the top threats and vulnerabilities you might face in 2017.
Skyport Systems at RSA 2017: Active Directory Assessment Data Show Over 90% of Environments Likely Hackable
Hear what our customers are learning and sharing about securing Active Directory, and find out if your environment will stack up against the latest threats.
If you’re headed to RSA this year, here’s how to get in touch, so we can show you how to run your most business-critical applications safely.
This year’s RSA Conference, held in San Francisco, Calif., Feb. 13 to Feb. 17, is sure to be ripe with inspiring security innovation. With more than 45,000 individuals and 500 companies that participate in the conference each year, it’s a show not to miss, and Skyport Systems has quite a few things going on.
Check out the activities below and find one that works for you.
Cybersecurity sometimes feels like a game of cat and mouse—new technologies and even familiar hacker capabilities are constantly testing protections, and requiring the security sector to put out and prevent potentially destructive attacks.
Today, we’ll look at three of the top issues in cybersecurity that the C-Suite is talking about right now, and suggest some ways you can prepare.