Privileged Access Management

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Privileged Access Management

Privileged Access Management

Management and security of accounts with high level of permissions

Why PAM?

Privileged Access Management (PAM) addresses the management and security of accounts with high levels of privilege. Policy-based PAM defines who has access to which accounts and under what circumstances, and what they are authorized to do within sessions once they are strongly logged in.

It is a combination of password vaulting, strong authentication, access control, per-session monitoring and auditing, command filtering and enforcement of security policies, and last but not least, context-based risk detection (who, what, from where and to where).

Contributions of PAM

Significant reduction in the risks associated with the theft and misuse of login credentials

Protection against internal and external threats

Enforcement of strong authentication for all administrators

Monitoring access to personal data and other sensitive information

Ensures compliance with regulations and laws (e.g., ZoKB and GDPR) through procedural management of administration and use of privileged accounts for administrative access within a heterogeneous environment, including the cloud

Extension of the IdM system to include automated and procedural management of access permissions of individual administrators to privileged accounts


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