The Privileged Access Management
What are your administrators and suppliers doing on your systems?
PAM protects your organization from unknowing misuse of privileged access. Growing organizations especially benefit from Privileged Access Management, as IT networks and systems become more complex as employees, service providers and users grow.
Privileged Access Management (PAM) is by no means something that should be ignored. That’s because the PAM solution enables organizations to ensure that only those with the right access permissions can access all business-critical data and systems.
PAM is not limited to a specific software or infrastructure – it also allows all privileged users in different systems to be managed easily and cost-effectively.
Privileged Access Management technology also supports compliance requirements by managing and monitoring privileged accounts.
How we can support you
Requirements for PAM:
– Multi-factor authentication (MFA) for administrators.
– An access manager for storing privileged users’ permissions and user information.
– A centralized and encrypted password vault to store the appropriate passwords; including automatic, periodic password resets.
– The ability to track sessions once privileged access is granted.
Incl. the ability to have all activities traceably logged in a log.
– Dynamic authorization configuration (e.g., that accesses are granted only in a certain time interval).
– Automated provisioning and de-provisioning of critical permissions to – reduce insider threats.
– Audit logging tools to help organizations comply with regulations.
– Workflow-based privilege requests for shared accounts (on-demand privileges).
– Role-based privilege management
– Shadow account discovery