Confirm that access control systems are configured to enforce privileges |
Access control systems automate the process of restricting access and assigning privileges. This Action1 query lists all permissions and privileges configured on Windows endpoints, including permissions on file shares, user accounts and groups allowed to login to each endpoint. This Action1 query can assist you with preparation for your PCI assessment and allows to have a complete summary of all access control settings on the endpoints in a single pane of glass view.
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7.2.1: Access Control Systems are In Place
Verify that access control systems exist on all endpoints in the CDE
7.2.3: Default Deny-All Setting
Confirm that access control systems have a default "deny-all" setting
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