Fortify your digital fortress through our Privileged Access Management (PAM) for heightened security, while our Privileged Identity Management (PIM) empowers efficient control over access privileges.

Privileged access management (PAM)

By monitoring, spotting, and preventing unwanted privileged access to vital resources, privileged access management (PAM), an identity security solution, aids in defending enterprises from cyberthreats. PAM gives you visibility into who is using privileged accounts and what they are doing while logged in by combining people, procedures, and technology. While extra layers of security reduce data breaches by threat actors, system security is increased by limiting the number of users who have access to administrative functions.

Privileged Identity Management (PIM)

Users have the ability to manage, control, and keep track of the access privileges that individuals have to important resources within an organization thanks to privileged identity management (PIM). Important files, user accounts, documentation, even application code and infrastructure components like databases and security systems may be among these. You can manage all of your privileged identities (PIs) and locate privileged accounts with PIM.

How to Implement an Enterprise Privileged Account Policy

Keeping Track of Important IT Assets

Identifying your attack surface is the first step in creating a privileged account policy. This is accomplished by identifying the assets that require the most protection.

Password Complexity and Diversity Implementation

Diverse and challenging passwords are frequently sufficient to stop a significant data breach.

Implement MFA (multi-factor authentication)

With MFA, the identification procedure has three or more layers, requiring those with access to at least triple-check their eligibility. This makes it far more challenging for a hacker to pose as someone with authorized access.

Frequently Modifying Passwords

Attackers using outdated passwords will be less likely to get access to the system if passwords are often changed.

Continuous Auditing and Supply of the Requestor's Documentation

All requests may be recorded in a PIM system. This makes it simpler to go back and identify the breach's origin.

Developing the Capabilities to Replay Privileged Sessions Historical or Real-Time

With PIM, you can keep tabs on who has access and how they behave. This can be done in real time to watch how privileges are used or as a tool to look into an occurrence.

Privileged Account Types

Administrators employ super user accounts, which are privileged ones that grant them unlimited access to resources like files and directories. They have the ability to install software, modify configurations and settings, remove users, and erase data.

Privileged accounts

Access and privileges granted by privileged accounts (such as normal user accounts and guest user accounts) go above and beyond those of non-privileged accounts.

Service accounts

Applications can interact with the operating system more securely thanks to service accounts.

Domain administrator accounts

Accounts with domain administrator privileges have the most influence over a system. These accounts have authority over system configurations, admin accounts, and group memberships and have access to all workstations and servers in your domain.

Business privileged user accounts

Depending on their duties, business privileged user accounts have high levels of privileges.

Local administrator accounts

Local administrator accounts have admin control over specific servers or workstations and are often created for maintenance tasks.

Emergency accounts

In the event of an emergency or disruption, emergency accounts give non-privileged individuals admin access to secure systems.