Is good access control really a matter of well-managed groups in AD?

Good access control requires you to catalog your resources, identify the best person to decide who should have access to each resource, and automate the approval and periodic review process.

 

But at the end of the day, good access control comes down to avoiding the use of local groups (whether on Windows file servers, in Microsoft SQL Server, in SharePoint, or elsewhere) and instead assigning permissions to Active Directory (AD) groups.

 

Read our new whitepaper or watch our webcast on-demand to find out if AD groups are at the center of the access control and governance universe.

About the Author
Allison Main
Allison Main is a senior product marketing manager for One Identity where she is focused on identity governance solutions. Allison joined the Quest IAM team in 2008 and she brings years of experience as...