The Problem We Solve

Adversaries have been targeting Active Directory Attack Paths for decades, and why not?

To the adversary, Active Directory and Azure are:

Unmatched payoff

Enterprise defenders and IT architects do their best to eliminate risk, but their AD and Azure environments:

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  • Provides Zero Visibility

    Windows AD, and Azure AD make it nearly impossible to audit privileges.

  • Constantly Evolve

    New users, machines, environments, and user logins all add to and create new Attack Paths.

  • Are Buried in Debt

    Years of misconfiguration debt add Attack Paths and hide adversary activities.

Current solutions aren’t addressing the problem

Traditional security solutions focus on listing thousands of generic configuration issues, mounting unobtainable corrective action debt on AD and Azure admins. Worse yet, the endless effort to resolve individual configuration issues are offset by new misconfigurations as environments undergo constant change in both size and complexity.

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Best practices are impractical

Many turn to addressing the root causes by attempting tiered administration and least privilege access best practices. While both are fantastic in theory, they fall short in practice. Tiered administration often requires impractical architectural changes and least privilege is hampered by opaque and confusing effective privileges.

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Attack Paths are a ubiquitous threat

The result is identity Attack Paths remain an unseen, unmanaged problem that continues to grow. With so many organizations using AD and Azure AD, the tactics to abuse one environment will work in almost any environment.

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Learn how BloodHound Enterprise can streamline mitigation efforts, eliminate millions of Attack Paths, and improve your security posture

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