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A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO ACTIVE DIRECTORY DOMAIN SERVICES
Active Directory Domain Services is the foundation of many networks. Configuring AD DS to be reliable and secure while meeting the specific needs of your organization requires in depth knowledge. If AD DS becomes compromised, the security of your network is fundamentally at risk.
Our consultants have unparalleled knowledge of AD DS. We have the experience to help make sure your AD DS forest is designed for the realities of today’s IT environment. While we prefer to help optimize and secure your AD before something happens, we often are called in to remediate situations after a security incident occurs.
FROM THE BLOG
Secure Anywhere Access to Business Applications without a VPN
With the Azure AD Application Proxy, you can provide remote access to web applications and Remote Desktop Services (RDS) farms without opening any inbound holes in your firewall. You also don’t need to re-train your users because the URL they use to access an application doesn’t change.
Three Things to Plan for When You Add Single Sign-On
Enabling single sign-on (SSO) for SaaS applications adds convenience for end users, as well as reduces security risks and enables you to better meet compliance requirements. Using Azure Active Directory (AD) Premium to add SSO to your applications can solve these challenges, but there are a few things you need to plan for.
Components of a PKI, Part 2: Certificate Authorities and CA Hierarchies
In Part 1 of our “Components of a PKI” blog series, we defined several PKI terms that are useful for understanding Certificate Authorities (CAs—also known as Certification Authorities) and CA hierarchies…
Components of a PKI, Part 3: Certificate Revocation
One important function of Certificate Authorities that’s mentioned briefly in Part 2 of our “Components of a PKI” blog series is the ability to perform certificate revocation, or the CA’s ability to revoke certificates it issued previously.