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Looming retirement of legacy system custodians put global IT systems at risk

Government IT systems and critical infrastructure systems around the world are at risk due to legacy technology and the pending retirement of those who have historically maintained these older systems. Of the U.S. General Services Administration’s mission-critical IT staff, 20-50 percent will be eligible to retire by 2024 and 66 percent of U.K. companies have…
Government, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Hackers chain Windows, VPN bugs to access government systems

Threat actors have gained access to government networks through a combination of Windows and VPN bugs, a commonly used tactic known as vulnerability chaining in which multiple bugs are used in a single intrusion to compromise a network or application. The recent malicious activity took aim at federal and state, local, tribal and territorial government…
APTs/cyberespionage, Government, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Legacy ICS puts critical infrastructure at risk

By using search engines dedicated to scanning all open ports, or scanning the ports themselves, hackers can remotely take control of critical private and public U.S. infrastructure run largely by industrial control systems (ICS) that weren’t built with security in mind. American water and energy providers are particularly vulnerable to cyberattack because their legacy ICSs…
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User Administration with Active Directory

Keeping an organization safe from potential security breaches and costly downtime involves knowing who has access to what parts of the infrastructure and how changes were made to group policies or to user account information. Many IT organizations have already made the long journey from legacy systems to Active Directory (AD) or are well on their way. Having spent time preparing for the pitfalls and pains of migrations, corporations have often forgotten why they set forth on the journey in the first place. The promise of Active Directory has always been to lower the costs of user administration, but sometimes it is unclear how best to achieve these ends. For many organizations, the two most overlooked areas are group policies and the secure delegation of tasks.
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