Every good information security program is based on three essential principles: confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
One of the most common-sense security methods an organization can use to fulfill these principles is the concept of “least privilege” (which is closely related to group policy objects). Simply stated, this means “fit the permission to what the user needs on a daily basis.”
Chris goes into greater detail about how “least privilege” can prevent issues within the network and fulfill the essential information security principles.
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