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Defend your organization against
detected breaches

In a world where privileged credentials are stolen in an estimated 80% of security breaches, deploying a Privileged Access Management (PAM) solution is one of the most important steps businesses to secure the assets.Privileged accounts grant unique account privileges to certain employees within the organisation, allowing them to conduct key business operations such as accessing private company information, changing user passwords, and making changes to IT infrastructure systems. However, if these accounts are hacked, it can put the company at serious risk.

Organizations can ensure those who need privileged access get it while protecting critical business systems from destructive cyberattacks.

Top 3 reasons for using PAM

Control access to privileged accounts
Many businesses today, whether on-premises, in the cloud, or both, lack complete insight into their privileged accounts. Many organizations use spreadsheets to keep track of privileged account passwords, which is inefficient and raises risk. PAM allows companies to track privileged access from a single location, automatically providing and deprovisioning individuals as their jobs change or they leave.
Restriction on credential sharing
Many administrator accounts are shared across numerous people within an organization, and they frequently use the same password across multiple systems for ease. PAM can assist firms protect themselves from these threats by ensuring that each employee has their own login. PAM can also be configured to employ single sign-on (SSO) authentication to keep passwords hidden from users.
Prevent privileged account attacks
To protect privileged account credentials from being exploited or stolen, Companies might store them in a separate and secure repository. Because they hold the keys to an organization's most sensitive data, privileged credentials are a favorite target for external hackers. Administrators can use PAM to place time limits and other restrictions on user access, as well as automatically remove privileges as soon as an individual moves to another role or leaves the company.

Though, there are many more reasons why you should use PAM as partof your identity management strategy:

  • Quick deployment

Modern PAM solutions only necessitate minor alterations to an organization’s current environment and business operations. Organizations no longer have to worry about deploying PAM software thanks to the rising availability of SaaS-based PAM, which saves time. The majority of PAM systems are easy to integrate with a company’s existing systems and application deployment techniques. PAM may be implemented quickly, allowing firms to reap immediate benefits without asking people to modify their work habits.

  • Control access in a single location

Organizations may manage all of their privileged accounts from a single location using a PAM solution. Organizations can easily monitor which users and groups have access to important systems and data using a centralized access manager while keeping control over the specific permissions granted to each user and group. The administration process is streamlined as a result, making it simple to grant and withdraw access as needs change.

  • Connected to identity and access management systems

Companies can benefit from automated provisioning and deprovisioning, as well as faster reporting and auditing across all of their user accounts. This saves time and simplifies the process of protecting all user identities. PAM solutions can be integrated with a company’s overall identity and access management (IAM) system.

  • Real-time monitoring of risky behavior notification

Many administrator accounts are shared among numerous employees, and they frequently use the same password across multiple platforms for ease. By requiring each individual to utilize a unique login, PAM can assist organizations in avoiding these hazards. To keep passwords hidden from users, administrators can utilize PAM with single sign-on (SSO) authentication.

  • Maintain IT compliance

Many industries are required to implement “least privilege access policies,” which limit access rights to the absolute minimum number of users required to perform routine, authorized activities. Administrators can automatically monitor and record all privileged activity across their IT environment by implementing a PAM solution. They can also archive these activities, creating audit-friendly processes that make meeting regulatory requirements simple.

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