Linux systems continue to briskly expand within corporate environments, which are becoming increasingly heterogeneous. Sudo, or any least privilege solution, is far easier to manage when integrated with a centralized identity store, such as Microsoft’s Active Directory. Having a single place to control users and manage user group membership, which in turn controls the rights of the user in the privilege enforcement product on the host, is far superior to managing users and groups on individual hosts.

While directory integration has many benefits, it’s critical to understand the potential impacts to your existing least privilege configuration. In this webinar, Krystian Zieja of CQURE explores the common incompatibilities and other challenges that organizations face in trying to directly integrate sudo with Microsoft Active Directory, and how they can be overcome. Krystian will cover:

  • How to implement sudo integration with Active Directory
  • Windows Integration Models
  • Using Active Directory as an Identity Provider
  • Linux Servers and Group Policy Objects
  • How to configure SSSD to support sudo
  • Implementing sudo features for Active Directory Users
  • How to setup logging and alerting for sudo
Also learn how BeyondTrust’s PowerBroker for Servers solution helps simplify and optimize sudo management and provides simple integration with AD.