In 2014, researchers from ANSII (National Agency for the Security of Information Systems) presented a research paper detailing a new and unique approach using graph theory to map Active Directory (AD) security.
This research was then used by third parties to develop BloodHound. Fast forward 6 years and the same researchers responsible for this initial research have gone above and beyond to explore strange new AD worlds where no one has gone before.
Watch this session, which Alsid delivered as part of the Government ICT Virtual Summit in January 2021, and explore some of the advanced AD security issues that can only be seen via continuous AD graph theory!
Watch the full session here
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