Most, if not all, of you have probably heard about the 10 Immutable Laws of Security. Unfortunately, a lot of organizations don't take security very seriously. They don't believe anything bad can happen to them, until it does. Securing servers in general is important, whether they are file and print servers or database servers, but securing Active Directory Domain Controllers is even more important. Why? Because Active Directory Domain Controllers allow you to centrally manage and secure your Windows network. You can decide who has access to certain resources, how long should the access be granted, and from which computer can the user access the resources.