The security landscape has changed in the recent decade, and the methods we used to protect our enterprise networks are no longer working. The network perimeter has dissipated, the adversary has become increasingly skilled at alternative methods to gain entry, and enterprise applications and data are spread across multiple environments, on-premises and in the cloud. With more sensitive information getting out of our control every day, a data breach is just waiting to occur, and the consequences, if successful, can be disastrous for your business.
Privilege Management has been a key element of both IAM (Identity & Access Management) and cybersecurity programs for years. However, increased complexity of modern corporate IT infrastructures and mounting pressure from compliance regulators force privilege management solutions to constantly expand their scope into new functional areas. From simple password vaults to advanced monitoring and behavior analytics to governance and compliance – a modern PxM solution permeates every corner of your enterprise IT infrastructure.
As your business grows, so does your IT footprint – both on-premises and in the cloud. This adds to the overall complexity of managing access to the newly acquired IT assets and applications in addition to existing ones. The conventional approaches of managing privileged access using controls native to the individual operating systems, and other internal access policies, are not only cumbersome to manage but add to the security risks in today’s hybrid IT environment.
Digital transformation is a game changer in the health sector and a core requirement is better identity management. The need for improved security in modern medical facilities, the growing reliance on monitoring devices and support for millennials in their health outcome management, all require improved healthcare IAM. This will eliminate administrative expense, implement up-to-date governance and facilitate the exploitation of known trends in healthcare.
Active Directory has grown both in importance and complexity in recent years, with businesses have become increasingly dependent on AD for authentication and authorization of mobile workforce and cloud-based applications. The new AD usage landscape has introduced greater complexity to the enterprise IT environment, raising the risk of AD disasters tied to human error and cyberattack. More and more frequently, attackers are using AD as an attack vector to compromise enterprises and, in some severe cases, wiping out the entire IT environment.
- Contact person:
Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
- Jun 26, 2018 4:00pm CEST, 10:00am EDT, 7:00am PDT
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