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  • chrisbunn
    UserLock for Windows Networks, can both detect and prevent stolen credentials being used to access corporate networks. UserLock sets and enforces a customized access policy which limits/prevents concurrent logins; This stops rogue users who have gained access to stolen credentials from using credentials at the same time as their legitimate owner. Access Restrictions on location and time also helps organizations avoid these attacks. What's more real-time monitoring of all logon events and alerts helps track all employee access and access attempts to mitigate the risk of these security breaches.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    It can be very difficult to track and alert on malicious use, especially if the access is coming from a "trusted" source inside the network. This is also a tricky area given the human involvement/expertise required (as if IT/security folks don't have anything else going on). It pays to ensure you have a solid overall information security program including good malware protection, strong passphrase requirements, DLP, content filtering, network/host IPS, etc.

    Good reminder about UserLock for Windows - that seems like a useful tool.
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