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Date: May 31, 2011
Looking for a reliable Active Directory Risk Assessment Service
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Hi Everyone. We are in the midst of conducting a thorough review of our entire Active Directory deployment, and are quite interested in getting a formal risk assessment of our Active Directory done.

Does anyone know of a trustworthy service that one could use to get a reliable Active Directory risk assessment done in short order (about 2 weeks or so.)

We've spoken to quite a few also-ran consulting companies who claim to know much the subject, but upon a brief discussion, we almost always realize that our own guys seem to know more than them.

We're looking for a reliable, trustworthy and proficient set of folks who could help us with this. Although we would ideally like to do it in-house, Active Directory security is just too big a subject to master on our own, and thus not worth our time to do so.

All helpful pointers appreciated. Thanks

 



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Date: Jun 27, 2012
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Hello Will,

Have you considered Microsoft's ADRAP risk assessment service? Some of ex-colleagues at my previous employer mentioned that they had got it done and were decently satisfied with it.

Perhaps its something worth looking into.

Joe.



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Date: Jun 29, 2012
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Hi Will,

Have you checked to see if one of the big security vendors like Savvis, or a specialized Active Directory vendor like Avanade offer any Active Directory risk assessment services? 

I've heard that Microsoft's ADRAP service is just so-so, because its focus is more on operational things like replication etc. and not so much on security.

I suppose Googling "Active Directory Risk Assessment" or "Active Directory Security Risk Assessment" might be a good place to start.

Just my nickel though.

Johnny,



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