Andy Zhu

How MSPs Can Prevent Phishing

NinjaRMM is partnering with Webroot to bring you another cybersecurity education webinar!

Although popular cyberattack methods are shifting course, phishing is still one of the most challenging threats to identify. On top of that, staying ahead of the curve continues to present a huge challenge for many organizations.

This webinar recording will:

Examine the state of phishing today
Recommend process and technology to minimize risk
Look at Real-Time Anti-Phishing solutions as an answer to the threat Read more

Adam Bertram

Three Ways to Keep Active Directory Clean

Active Directory is one of those products that tend to get bloated. It’s a product where lots of people are making changes every day to and ultimately ends up being this enormous pile of stuff that somehow still works. Even the most well-intentioned IT department always seems to end up with an Active Directory environment that’s got lots of user accounts no longer needed, GPOs attached to OUs people didn’t even know existed and computer accounts that represented computers long gone. This state seems to creep up on people. One day, someone sits down in front of Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) and has that moment where they go, “Wow! This needs cleaned up.”.

Once someone in your organization has that moment, it’s probably going to be a daunting and overwhelming task. You may start a project to “clean up stuff” but you’ll soon find that right-clicking and deleting isn’t going to cut it. There are lots of ways to make this project a success with the first task being to define what exactly “clean up” means. For this article, we’re going to focus on unused user accounts. More specifically, we’re going to focus on three attributes that a user account might have that would deem it “deletable.” Those attributes are disabled accounts, accounts that haven’t been used in X days and accounts with expired passwords.

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