Universal Privilege Management – A Modern Approach to PAM

Virtually every cybersecurity breach today involves the exploitation of privileged access.

Privileges are initially exploited to infiltrate an IT environment; once compromised by threat actors, privileges are further leveraged to move laterally, access assets, install malware, and inflict damage.

In this session, learn the key steps involved in achieving Universal Privilege Management, and how it is used to secure every user, session, and asset across your IT environment.

Topics covered include:

  • Why relying on password management alone leaves dangerous gaps in protection  – Disrupting the cyberattack chain with privileged access security controls
  • Essential steps to achieving rapid leaps in risk reduction
  • Keys to a frictionless PAM solution that is invisible to end users

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