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To Find The Needle, Chop Down the Haystack: 5 Steps For Effective Threat Monitoring
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RyanSepe
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10/22/2015 | 2:53:31 PM
3. Elevated Account Permissions
Even with RBAC you run the risk of things being lost in transition unless you have a CMDB. When someone transitions, especially in larger companies there transition may not be well represented at the account level if their superior did not follow the proper protocols, etc.

My RFC is, of those of you who have used a CMDB first hand what was your experience? Success stories, pain points, etc.


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