Vulnerability management programs often fail to identify excessive network share permissions, which can be a major security issue. Excessive share permissions have become a risk for data exposure, ransomware attacks, and privilege escalation within enterprise environments.
In this discussion, NetSPI’s Vice President of Research Scott Sutherland will talk about why these security issues exist. He will explain how to identify and manage excessive access to common network shares within Active Directory environments.
Join the conversation to see Scott’s latest open source project PowerHuntShares in action and to learn:
- Common reasons why shares permissions are configured with excessive privileges
- How to quickly inventory excessive share permissions across an entire Active Directory domain
- How to efficiently triage those results to help reduce risk for your organization