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Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains 2018 New York

Mon, November 5 - Thu, November 8, 2018 New York, New York
MicroTek Training Rooms 180 Maiden Ln #1102 New York, New York 10038 United States +1 630-719-0211

About Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains 2018 New York

SECURING AND AUDITING WINDOWS ACTIVE DIRECTORY DOMAINS,  NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 05-08, 2018

This four-day, hands-on seminar will focus on the skills required to effectively audit Active Directory. Using VMware workstation, each attendee will have their own virtualized Windows Server 2012 R2 Domain Controller and Windows 7 Workstation to put into practice the concepts and techniques learned during the class with a series of 15 hands on labs. The output from each of the labs will be incorporated into an Excel spreadsheet that can be used as the basis for an audit program. Separate sheets in the Auditing Active Directory Excel spreadsheet summarize how to obtain Active Directory data using PowerShell scripts, items to look for in the output and a place to store samples of the PowerShell output. Attendees will be given their completed spreadsheet to take with them on a USB key along with the lab notes and PowerShell scripts. 

The goal of this class is to develop a practical methodology for auditing and securing Active Directory. It will investigate attacks against Active Directory and how to protect against these attacks. Audit techniques covered are designed to make Active Directory exponentially more secure and difficult to hack. The last day of class will include a role playing exercise to put into practice the skills learned earlier in the class in a challenging real world auditing environment.

Agenda:

Windows and Windows Networks

Auditing Active Directory Core Components

Auditing Active Directory Users

Auditing Active Directory Groups

Auditing Password Policies

Auditing Folder Rights

Auditing Active Directory Delegation

Security Compliance Manager and Group Policy

Auditing User Rights and Event Viewer Logs

Hardening Active Directory

Who Should Attend

System and Security Administrators; Information Security Managers and Analysts; Network Administrators; Security Architects; Information Technology Auditors and Consultants

About Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains 2017 New York

SECURING AND AUDITING WINDOWS ACTIVE DIRECTORY DOMAINS, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 23-26, 2017

What is this event?

Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains seminar will focus on the skills required to effectively audit Active Directory. Using VMware workstation, each attendee will have their own virtualized Windows Server 2012 R2 Domain Controller and Windows 7 Workstation to put into practice the concepts and techniques learned during the class with a series of 15 hands on labs.

At Seminar you will develop a practical methodology for auditing and securing Active Directory. It will investigate attacks against Active Directory and how to protect against these attacks.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at MicroTek Computer Lab NY​, 180 Maiden Lane Ste 1102, New York.

Who should attend this event?

This event is for System and Security Administrators; Information Security Managers and Analysts; Network Administrators; Security Architects; Information Technology Auditors and Consultants.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Windows and Windows Networks
  • Auditing Active Directory Core Components
  • Auditing Active Directory Users
  • Auditing Active Directory Groups
  • Auditing Active Directory Delegation
  • Security Compliance Manager and Group Policy
  • Auditing User Rights and Event Viewer Logs
  • Hardening Active Directory

Speaker:

Alan Sugano

Mr. Sugano attended California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and graduated with a double major in Management Information Systems (MIS) and Management Systems Analysis (MSA). After graduation, he worked at Coopers & Lybrand (now Price Waterhouse Coopers) for several years in their Microcomputer Advisory Services Group (MAS) as a consultant. Mr. Sugano is now the President of ADS Consulting Group, Inc. (ADS). Founded in 1991, ADS specializes in Networking, Server Virtualization, Workstation Virtualization, Application Virtualization, Security, Exchange, Custom Programming, PCI Compliance, Web Development, SharePoint and SQL Server Development.

Why should I attend this event?

  • Attendee will be given their completed spreadsheet to take with them on a USB key along with the lab notes and Power Shell scripts.  
  • You will summarize how to obtain Active Directory data using Power Shell scripts, items to look for in the output and a place to store samples of the Power Shell output.

 

About Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains 2017

Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains, Washington, May 15-18, 2017

What is this event?

Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains seminar will focus on the skills required to effectively audit Active Directory. Using VMware workstation, each attendee will have their own virtualized Windows Server 2012 R2 Domain Controller and Windows 7 Workstation to put into practice the concepts and techniques learned during the class with a series of 15 hands on labs.

At Seminar you will develop a practical methodology for auditing and securing Active Directory. It will investigate attacks against Active Directory and how to protect against these attacks.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at MicroTek Computer Lab DC, 1110 Vermont Ave NW Suite 700, Washington, District of Columbia, USA.

Who should attend this event?

This event is for System and Security Administrators; Information Security Managers and Analysts; Network Administrators; Security Architects; Information Technology Auditors and Consultants.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Windows and Windows Networks
  • Auditing Active Directory Core Components
  • Auditing Active Directory Users
  • Auditing Active Directory Groups
  • Auditing Active Directory Delegation
  • Security Compliance Manager and Group Policy
  • Auditing User Rights and Event Viewer Logs
  • Hardening Active Directory

Speaker:

Alan Sugano

Mr. Sugano attended California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and graduated with a double major in Management Information Systems (MIS) and Management Systems Analysis (MSA). After graduation, he worked at Coopers & Lybrand (now Price Waterhouse Coopers) for several years in their Microcomputer Advisory Services Group (MAS) as a consultant. Mr. Sugano is now the President of ADS Consulting Group, Inc. (ADS). Founded in 1991, ADS specializes in Networking, Server Virtualization, Workstation Virtualization, Application Virtualization, Security, Exchange, Custom Programming, PCI Compliance, Web Development, SharePoint and SQL Server Development.

Why should I attend this event?

  • Attendee will be given their completed spreadsheet to take with them on a USB key along with the lab notes and Power Shell scripts.  
  • You will summarize how to obtain Active Directory data using Power Shell scripts, items to look for in the output and a place to store samples of the Power Shell output.

About Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains 2016 New York

“Very satisfied. Appreciate the inclusion of specific audit steps and how to carry them out.” - Sr. Staff Auditor, Burlington Resources In this four-day hands-on seminar, attendees will gain the skills needed to evaluate, configure, manage, optimize, audit and secure all aspects of a Windows Active Directory enterprise. You will learn how Windows Server 2008 R2/2008 differs from Windows 2003 and 2000. You will find out how to secure Active Directory and all of the essential components of the related network services. You’ll learn how to evaluate which security controls to focus on; how to collect information using built-in tools and industry recognized tools; how to select which computers to audit, as well as how to audit them efficiently; and how to gather, analyze, research and report all of your security audit findings. You will work first hand with security controls and then audit them directly. We will discover secrets for quickly extracting the evidence you need without wearing out your computer’s print-screen button or monopolizing your administrator’s time. You’ll determine which controls are important to review at each level, including forests, domain administrators group, domain controllers, organizational units, AD security delegation, group policy, password policies and more. You’ll cover such time-saving tips as evaluating trust relationships and deciding which evidence you need to extract for each domain controller vs. just one domain controller. You’ll learn how to use resource kit utilities, and shareware programs, and how to analyze results and identify risks. You’ll master techniques for assessing administrative authority in AD and determining who has delegated privileges in the domain and over Group Policy. Attendees will gain an understanding of how Active Directory leverages Group Policy technology making it possible to centrally control all Windows Servers and desktops. You will learn how to determine whether crucial best practice techniques were followed in the design of your organization’s Active Directory installation. You'll discover features of Active Directory’s monitoring capabilities that facilitate compliance with nearly any regulatory compliance requirements, and how to configure, manage, optimize and efficiently review security logs. At the conclusion of the course, participants will perform an audit of a network and write up all of their security findings and risks. Finally, you will learn how to audit Active Directory continuously! You will discover which tools can collect security information… in most cases without having to bother the network administrator. You will learn to script and automate this collection, and create events that will trigger when some security controls change.

About Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains 2016 SF

“Very satisfied. Appreciate the inclusion of specific audit steps and how to carry them out.” - Sr. Staff Auditor, Burlington Resources In this four-day hands-on seminar, attendees will gain the skills needed to evaluate, configure, manage, optimize, audit and secure all aspects of a Windows Active Directory enterprise. You will learn how Windows Server 2008 R2/2008 differs from Windows 2003 and 2000. You will find out how to secure Active Directory and all of the essential components of the related network services. You’ll learn how to evaluate which security controls to focus on; how to collect information using built-in tools and industry recognized tools; how to select which computers to audit, as well as how to audit them efficiently; and how to gather, analyze, research and report all of your security audit findings. You will work first hand with security controls and then audit them directly. We will discover secrets for quickly extracting the evidence you need without wearing out your computer’s print-screen button or monopolizing your administrator’s time. You’ll determine which controls are important to review at each level, including forests, domain administrators group, domain controllers, organizational units, AD security delegation, group policy, password policies and more. You’ll cover such time-saving tips as evaluating trust relationships and deciding which evidence you need to extract for each domain controller vs. just one domain controller. You’ll learn how to use resource kit utilities, and shareware programs, and how to analyze results and identify risks. You’ll master techniques for assessing administrative authority in AD and determining who has delegated privileges in the domain and over Group Policy. Attendees will gain an understanding of how Active Directory leverages Group Policy technology making it possible to centrally control all Windows Servers and desktops. You will learn how to determine whether crucial best practice techniques were followed in the design of your organization’s Active Directory installation. You'll discover features of Active Directory’s monitoring capabilities that facilitate compliance with nearly any regulatory compliance requirements, and how to configure, manage, optimize and efficiently review security logs. At the conclusion of the course, participants will perform an audit of a network and write up all of their security findings and risks. Finally, you will learn how to audit Active Directory continuously! You will discover which tools can collect security information… in most cases without having to bother the network administrator. You will learn to script and automate this collection, and create events that will trigger when some security controls change.

About Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory Domains 2016 Washington

“Very satisfied. Appreciate the inclusion of specific audit steps and how to carry them out.” - Sr. Staff Auditor, Burlington Resources In this four-day hands-on seminar, attendees will gain the skills needed to evaluate, configure, manage, optimize, audit and secure all aspects of a Windows Active Directory enterprise. You will learn how Windows Server 2008 R2/2008 differs from Windows 2003 and 2000. You will find out how to secure Active Directory and all of the essential components of the related network services. You’ll learn how to evaluate which security controls to focus on; how to collect information using built-in tools and industry recognized tools; how to select which computers to audit, as well as how to audit them efficiently; and how to gather, analyze, research and report all of your security audit findings. You will work first hand with security controls and then audit them directly. We will discover secrets for quickly extracting the evidence you need without wearing out your computer’s print-screen button or monopolizing your administrator’s time. You’ll determine which controls are important to review at each level, including forests, domain administrators group, domain controllers, organizational units, AD security delegation, group policy, password policies and more. You’ll cover such time-saving tips as evaluating trust relationships and deciding which evidence you need to extract for each domain controller vs. just one domain controller. You’ll learn how to use resource kit utilities, and shareware programs, and how to analyze results and identify risks. You’ll master techniques for assessing administrative authority in AD and determining who has delegated privileges in the domain and over Group Policy. Attendees will gain an understanding of how Active Directory leverages Group Policy technology making it possible to centrally control all Windows Servers and desktops. You will learn how to determine whether crucial best practice techniques were followed in the design of your organization’s Active Directory installation. You'll discover features of Active Directory’s monitoring capabilities that facilitate compliance with nearly any regulatory compliance requirements, and how to configure, manage, optimize and efficiently review security logs. At the conclusion of the course, participants will perform an audit of a network and write up all of their security findings and risks. Finally, you will learn how to audit Active Directory continuously! You will discover which tools can collect security information… in most cases without having to bother the network administrator. You will learn to script and automate this collection, and create events that will trigger when some security controls change.

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