Protect Your Critical Identity Infrastructure
Sophisticated cyber adversaries want to establish persistence within your trusted networks: siphoning off sensitive data from your organization, or laying the groundwork for a crippling attack. Account takeovers and hacks of critical identity infrastructure like Active Directory and Kerberos are their most potent weapons.
Protect your critical IT assets and your users
Identify and stop attacks on identity infrastructure quickly
Limit attackers’ reach within your environment
QOMPLX's Q:CYBER line of products can help you do just that. Q:CYBER Identity Assurance and Privilege Assurance employ advanced algorithms, simulations, and machine learning to help the world’s most demanding firms solve the toughest cyber security problems.
"Cyber adversaries want to establish persistence within your trusted networks, allowing them to take over employee accounts, steal sensitive data or prepare crippling attacks. Critical identity infrastructure systems, such as Active Directory, are aging, understaffed and exposed.”
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and General Manager, Cyber
Q:CYBER Identity Assurance for Active Directory and Kerberos Environments
Attackers are abusing your identity infrastructure to create fraudulent credentials, gain administrative privileges, and hiding their tracks. QOMPLX Q:CYBER Identity Assurance delivers the only capability proven to stop such compromises: detecting Kerberos ticket forgery in near real-time and without false-positives.
Q:CYBER Identity Assurance helps your organization
Q:CYBER Privilege Assurance for Active Directory
Access privileges are the new perimeter. Attackers know that Active Directory accounts are attractive
Compromising Active Directory accounts gives malicious actors access to your key network assets that can
be difficult to
QOMPLX’s Privilege Assurance solution helps identify weaknesses in your Active Directory environment, spotlight accounts that pose a risk to your organization and identify concentrated pockets of privileges that malicious actors will seek to exploit.