Resurrecting Active Directory After a Ransomware Attack — Redmondmag.com
Resurrecting Active Directory After a Ransomware Attack
Date: Tuesday, September 13 at 11am PT / 2pm ET
With cybercrime on the rise, ransomware attacks that target Active Directory (AD)—the primary identity store for most businesses worldwide—are as common as having a cup of coffee. According to Mandiant consultants, 90 percent of cyber incidents they investigate involve AD in one way or another. Given that an attack on AD is a “when” rather than “if” scenario, organizations must have a tested plan and purpose-built solutions for recovering AD after a cyberattack. Do you have such a disaster recovery (DR ) plan? Have you ever tested your backups?
In this session, Jorge de Almeida Pinto will discuss key considerations, potential mistakes, and different options to evaluate when developing your AD DR plan What you’ll learn:
About the presenters:
Jorge de Almeida Pinto, Solutions Architect and Product Manager of Active Directory Forest Recovery, Semperis
Jorge de Almeida Pinto, Sempis Solutions Architect and Product Manager of Active Directory Forest Recovery, has been a Microsoft MVP since 2006 with a specific focus on designing, implementing, and securing Microsoft Identity & Access Management (IAM) technologies. Holding various Microsoft certifications, his experience includes Active Directory (AD) design and implementation, training, presenting, developing security-related scripts and tools, and developing and implementing AD and Azure migration and disaster plans.
Time: 11:00am PT