6 Myths of Privileged Access Management Busted
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Tuesday, November 19, 2019 TIME: 4:00pm CET, 10:00am EST, 7:00am PST
Industry thought leaders have stated that if there is only one project you can tackle to improve the security of your organization it should be Privileged Access Management (PAM). But successfully securing and managing privileged access is a tough task and is only getting harder to solve.
PAM offers a multitude of capabilities that can help in dealing with challenges organizations face. However, there are also some myths as to what PAM can deliver.
In this KuppingerCole webinar you will learn to:
Understand the risks uncontrolled privileged access poses
Identify solutions to tackle key PAM challenges and myths
Provide a foundation to begin a successful PAM program
In the first part of the webinar, KuppingerCole Analyst Martin Kuppinger will look at why PAM is a high priority topic when it comes to cybersecurity. He will identify the various capabilities of PAM and their relevance for addressing the challenges organizations are facing today.
In the second part, Karl Lankford, Director, Solutions Engineering, at BeyondTrust, will discuss six myths revolving around PAM and how to deal with these myths in practice.
BeyondTrust is the worldwide leader in Privileged Access Management, offering the most seamless approach to preventing data breaches related to stolen credentials, misused privileges, and compromised remote access. Our extensible platform empowers organizations to easily scale privilege security as threats evolve across endpoint, server, cloud, DevOps, and network device environments. BeyondTrust gives organizations the visibility and control they need to reduce risk, achieve compliance objectives, and boost operational performance. We are trusted by 20,000 customers, including half of the Fortune 100, and a global partner network. Learn more at: www.beyondtrust.com
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