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RE: customer user accounts and internal user accounts on same domain
Jan 28 2009 08:21PM
Omar Salvador Alcalá Ruiz (oalcala scitum com mx)
Look at ISO27001 and CISSP certification. Control access will require you to correctly split personnel, and there are some topics for 3rd parties (how to get them in the network, guests management, logs, and so on), not to mention that this will imply an access to the directory.
From: listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed] [mailto:listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]] On Behalf Of Stegman, Bill
Sent: Lunes, 26 de Enero de 2009 02:03 p.m.
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Subject: customer user accounts and internal user accounts on same domain
Hi, I'm trying to dissuade management from allowing user accounts to be created on the same domain as our company users for what I feel are obvious reasons, but when pressed for specific issues I'm at a bit of a loss. I cited reasons such as;
A clear demarc between customer accounts and our own accounts
Not giving any unnecessary rights due to inheritance, but rather having to apply the appropriate permissions rather than remove permissions to attain the desired result
They want to extend a service we offer to our internal employees to a partner. I suggested creating an extranet and using accounts from a separate domain rather than our own, but there is additional overhead imposed by such as design.duh.but I'm hoping to throw out an established standard or something to help my argument.
Bill Stegman MCSE 2003, CCNP, CCSP, CCIP, INFOSEC, MCTS:Vista
Crump Life Insurance Services
4250 Crums Mill Rd
Harrisburg, PA 17112
Phone: 717.657.0789 Ext. 4202
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