Practical Guide to Privileged Access Management PAM
Privileged Access Management (PAM) ensures business security by monitoring privileged accounts, preventing external and insider threats that result from the misuse of administrator rights.
The implementation of PAM is based on the principle of least privilege, guaranteeing all employees the minimum level of access with the ability to assign and elevate privileges as needed.
With measures such as proxy technology and session management, PAM secures organizational systems and devices and provides enhanced control and visibility to support audit efforts and faster incident response.
PAM adds a layer of security to reduce risk, protect against external threats, and support your organization’s compliance with security policies and data protection laws.
We’ve prepared an e-book to explain everything you need to know about PAM.