Our research confirms that a compromised domain controller is by far the most common denominator in large-scale ransomware events. Protecting it can be the difference between a nuisance and a business-crippling situation.
While there is no single "silver bullet" that will fully protect you from all ransomware, we can identify controls and best practices to reduce the likelihood and the risk of a successful ransomware attack through protection of your domain controller.
This whitepaper details everything you need to know about protecting domain controllers so you can stop ransomware at the root, including:
- Areas of vulnerability and attack techniques
- Common vectors of attack to breach your domain controller
- Basic security hygiene for protecting your domain controllers