5 Best Practices for Active Directory 


Active Directory (AD) reconnaissance and exploitation is now a common technique utilized by attackers and ransomware. Adversaries will attempt to enumerate and/or exploit AD because it’s the primary hub for resources and the core to applications that keep organizations running.

So how can you keep your Active Directory protected? Watch SentinelOne’s webcast and learn how to:

  • Effectively reduce your AD attack surface
  • Gain visibility into real-time attacks, including brute-force and mass account changes, regardless of the source of the threat.
  • How to identify users and applications making queries into privileged AD objects
  • Hide your critical accounts from unintended eyes
  • Deliver misinformation to attackers to halt their progress

When AD is compromised business stalls. SentinelOne offers a complete suite of AD visibility and protection solutions. You won’t want to miss out on hearing experts’ very own comprehensive approaches to AD.


robert-crisp-headshotRobert Crisp

Sentinel One

VP, Field Technical Operations

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Sr Consulting Engineer

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Director, Sales Engineering

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