Bit9 Parity for Servers: International Communications Company Locks Down Domain controllers

Bit9 Parity for Servers: International Communications Company Locks Down Domain controllers

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With domain controllers serving as gatekeepers for user access and an organization's intellectual property, they have become an increasingly popular target for malicious hackers. In this case study, learn how one international communications firm was able to lock down its 225 servers and endpoints to prevent sophisticated, multi-stage intrusions with Bit9 Parity for Servers.

Vendor:
Bit9, Inc.
Posted:
23 May 2012
Published:
23 May 2012
Format:
PDF
Length:
2 Page(s)
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English
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