If you have been to a doctor’s office, or a hospital within the last decade, you have probably noticed that unless you’re in a very rural area of the world, you rarely see anyone handling paper journals or records anymore. They log on to the terminal in the visiting room, fill out your information and check your records. And you wouldn’t expect anything less, since we do live in a digitalized world, right?
All organizations constantly worry about external attackers, but truth to be told is that most threats these days come from malicious insiders. This is something that most organizations are not prepared to handle.
That insider could be your trusted colleague sitting across the desk from you, and that person may or may not even know he or she is a threat.
Monday morning 8:15, you start feeling that weird sense of guilt and nervousness, you feel the beads of sweat forming on your forehead, 15 minutes left before the auditor arrives…
You ask yourself – “How long could this possibly take? What are they looking for? What if I can’t provide the answers to all their questions? Should I look for a plane ticket to a faraway country where they don’t have an extradition treaty?”
Are you faced with the constant pressure to ramp up security, making sure new compliance regulations are being met, making sure availability to the systems are continuously improved? And doing this on a tighter budget, with fewer resources?
Here are 4 Active Directory activities that you need to keep a closer eye on, Cygna Auditor for Active Directory will help you do this. Read more…