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Securing Active Directory & PAM for ADDS - Rohit D'Souza BSidesCT 2019 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Securing Active Directory & PAM for ADDS
Rohit D'Souza
BSidesCT 2019

Active Directory is the fundamental application that provides authentication & authorization to all of the underlying systems within a Windows environment. While it is easy to deploy it is just as easy to be exploited if the correct protocols and security features are not set in place. We'll cover the basic common practices to best secure Active Directory and take a deeper dive into less commonly known features such as time based group memberships & bastion forests. We'll also cover what PAM is how to implement it and what it's overall goal is.

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