The Three Elements of Access Governance: Recertification/Attestation – Access Control – Privileged Access Management
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Tuesday, December 08, 2009 TIME: 15:00 -16:00 CET, 9am Eastern
Access Governance is commonly associated with “recertification” or “attestation” as approaches for a recurring review of existing access controls by the responsible managers in IT and business. But knowing the problems isn’t sufficient – enforcing changes and implementing continuous processes for access controls is a key element. And, beyond that, many approaches mainly focus on standard access and not on the security sensitive privileged accounts. This session explains the elements for a consistent approach – across all areas of access governance and all levels of controls, from system to business.
Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions are critical cybersecurity controls that address the security risks associated with the use of privileged access in organizations and companies. To reduce the risk of privileged accounts being hijacked or used fraudulently, and to uphold regulatory compliance, a strong PAM solution is essential. But finding the right PAM solution can be challenging.