Securing your Windows Active Directory infrastructure.
Every day here at IS Decisions, we’re lucky to engage with individuals from all over the world. Security and emergency response truly are global issues.
We speak with individuals from organizations, companies and government departments that recognize their security needs go beyond what’s available in native Windows controls. We speak about their need to prohibit concurrent logins or be alerted on inappropriate file access. We discuss ways to deliver better monitoring and login intelligence to IT administrators. We address how authorized users behavior leave the network exposed. We listen to how keeping up with patching on every single server and workstation can take time….
It’s surrounding these type of problems that IS Decisions solutions comes in. This new company presentation helps outline what we do and who needs solutions from IS Decisions.
Our solutions address these specific but very important gaps in managing the security of Microsoft Windows and Active Directory infrastructures. With solutions for user access control, file auditing, server and desktop reporting and remote installations, IS Decisions provides powerful security controls to thwart insider attacks, ensure regulatory compliance and respond instantly to emergency situations.
And what’s more, it does so with the innovative simplicity the modern user expects. Easy to install, easy to use, easy to protect your Windows network.John Wick: Chapter 2 movie download
Win $5,000 of IS Decisions software.
We’d like to offer you the chance to win $5,000 worth of IS Decisions software.
Our design team here at IS Decisions have been feeling creative. Hidden in this new presentation are a number of IS Decisions ‘cursors’. The challenge is to find the total number of cursors in this presentation. If you submit the right answer you’ll be entered for a chance to win $5,000 of IS Decisions software for your organization.
To enter the competition, submit all entries to email@example.com. Only answers submitted via this email address will be considered for the draw. Only one unique entry per person.
Closing date: Friday 06th December 2013.
P.S. The RemoteExec arrow (slide 13) is not considered as a cursor. No other ambiguous points I think !