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Half of US organizations reject multi-factor authentication, report finds

Half of US organizations reject multi-factor authentication, report finds

Nearly half of US organizations do not use multi-factor authentication to protect against compromised credentials, a survey by global IT security vendor IS Decisions finds today, with organizations citing ‘ infrastructure complexity’ (28%) and ‘time needed to manage and oversee’ (18%) as two of the biggest barriers to adoption. The news comes off the back … Continued

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Are you sure of your Windows Users claimed identity?

Are you sure of your Windows Users claimed identity?

Verifying Windows users claimed identity to guard against unauthorized access from stolen or shared credentials. 1. Contextual access controls Contextual access controls can define and restrict network access conditions for each authenticated Windows user. If credentials are compromised, any attempted access outside of these logon rules is automatically blocked. Shared or stolen passwords are therefore unsuccessful … Continued

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How to check users logged into Windows Server Network

How to check users logged into Windows Server Network

IT Administrators often need to know who is currently logged on / connected to a server. With UserLock, an organization can track and record all user access to know who is logged into the Windows Server network environment, from which system(s), since what time and for how long. Once deployed, every user session on the … Continued

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Managing Temporary Changes to Users Access Control Policy

Managing Temporary Changes to Users Access Control Policy

The release of UserLock 8.5 strengthens user access control policy by enabling administrators to securely manage temporary changes to users’ network access rights. Temporary network access rights To secure sensitive information, an organization may need to restrict the amount of time employees, contractors or external partners can access certain systems. Users should be provided with … Continued

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Secure Network Access & Avoid Security Breaches from your Employees

Secure Network Access & Avoid Security Breaches from your Employees

So you want to secure network access (and access attempts) across your Windows Server-based Network? You’re absolutely right. Security breaches are often caused by a combination of human error and security inadequacies related to authenticated users access. This post will outline how UserLock can help provide organizations with the automated safeguards and real-time visibility that … Continued

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