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When People Change Roles – Best Practices for Digital Assets (Download Here)

Managing a company's digital assets, administrators must keep their eyes on who has access to important resources like domains, domain name servers, and digital certificates — and with which vendors.

Ensuring access is monitored, and this data is regularly updated to avoid security and compliance risks is more important now than ever. The world is relying on global online services during the pandemic, and fraud is rampant.

So when people leave an organization or change roles, access levels and user credentials must be updated immediately to maintain security. CSC recommends auditing all vendor portals, domain names, and other assets — and has created a best practices guide to walk you through that process.

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DNS Abuse Forum - May 25