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Rules for Securely Storing Information in Your Corporate Network by Oleksandr Atamanenko, CISO at Octava Capital

Oleksandr Atamanenko, CISO, Chairman of Octava Capital Information Security Committee, told readers in November about important aspects of setting up and delimiting the levels of access to the corporate computer network.

Read about three main rules:

– one user – one account;
 – resources are opened only for the group, not for one account;
 – one needs to be very careful with Deny Permissions, as a coercive ban can break the whole permit system.

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