CFSLock is a flexible and defensible solution for enforcing strong user account lockout policies in a Windows domain environment. CFSLock works in conjunction with strong password policies, Windows 2K/2K3 Internal Client Groups, group policy, and Access Control lists. CFSLock can be configured to roll over account lockout policies after a defined period of time—whether it is five minutes, fifteen minutes, or two hours—ensuring that malicious or unauthorized users do not gain access. CFSLock provides accountability for user accounts, groups, groups within groups, and computers.
Network Monitor provides policy based reporting of network activity, allowing the administrator and security analyst to monitor network activity in real time. Critical and repeatable network events may include: process creation, domain logons, and other suspicious activities. These events can contain valuable information that help identify malicious or compromised accounts and infections. The network monitor also provides the ability to track the paths of suspicious activity and create signatures of malicious network activity.
Etspace provides “Everything Together Spaces” – its Smart Office Suite that integrate Office 365 and Exchange email to make email consumption more productive and less cumbersome in the workplace.
Cadvision IT provides ongoing software quality assurance, computer security, and computer support. With its Technical Support Floodlight, it also provides continuous monitoring of computers and applications for security risks. It allows security personnel to manage software, configuration, licensing, and advertising.
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