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Privilege Management: Is removing the rights just plain wrong?



    Live Webcast
    August 29, 2012
    2pm EDT

    One of the goals for most organizations is to achieve some form of privilege management security that enables users to install and run only those applications required to perform their job role. With no mechanism in Windows to assign privileges directly to applications, most organizations face the decision of either running users insecurely with full administrative privileges, removing administrative rights entirely or implementing complimentary technologies, all of which can lead to a new set of operational challenges.

    Join 9 time Microsoft MVP and freelance author Brien Posey, along with Harry Sverdlove, Bit9's CTO discuss the limitations of privilege management and other security controls within Windows 8 and other technologies and what you can do to address them with a positive security model.

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