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Secret Server Product Update: Increase Productivity with Secret Server 10.8

April 7th, 2020

Doing more isn’t always doing better. No one knows this more than IT operations and security teams. Some days you’re slogging through tedious, repetitive work and jumping through hoops, all while fighting the ‘noise’ of alerts.  What’s more, fatigue, lag time between notification, human error and lack of oversight create potential vulnerabilities. New enhancements provide…


Privileged Access Management: The Great Cloud Migration

March 31st, 2020

Migrating your PAM instance to the cloud can look from the outset like a pretty daunting task. How, exactly, do you go about transporting what may be years of data and highly sensitive information to a new home? It’s often said that migrating to the cloud is like moving houses, and that’s one of the…


Usable Security and the Next Iteration of Privilege Manager

March 24th, 2020

We focus on usable security. Here’s what that means for the next iteration of Privilege Manager It’s no secret that Thycotic is the usable security leader in the Privileged Access Management space. In the past year our UX team has been working on the entire product line to modernize and simplify the products’ experience. One…


Building the Case for Privileged Session Management

March 17th, 2020

You simply can’t be everywhere at once. How can you keep tabs on your most sensitive and critical systems? If only you had eyes in the back of your head. Even organizations with well-documented PAM policies don’t simply trust that people are doing the right things Privileged session management increases oversight and accountability so you…


Best Practices and Cyber Security Tips for Working Remotely

March 16th, 2020

Given the unusual recent circumstances, many employees around the world are finding themselves in a situation where they must work from home or remotely. I’ve been working remotely for about 15 years, so I thought it would be great to share some of my experiences, cyber security best practices and tips, and lessons learned on…


Lessons we’ve learned: the EU NIS directive and securing critical infrastructure

March 10th, 2020

What is NIS? The Networks & Information Systems (NIS) Directive was created by the European Union (EU) with the specific aim of raising levels of overall cyber security and network resilience for critical infrastructure. NIS improves overall EU cyber security by driving organizations to adopt enhanced security for critical infrastructure. The NIS Directive & Critical…


A Guide to Managing and Securing Privileged Users

March 3rd, 2020

Organizations often have two to three times more privileged user accounts than individual employees. Securing these special accounts is vital to protecting sensitive information and critical systems from cyber attack. To help people stay productive, you must provide appropriate access for privileged users while also minimizing risk. Privileged users require special handling, training, and oversight.…


Cyber-Criminals are Targeting Your Service Accounts, and Regulators are Taking Notice

February 25th, 2020

For the past few months we've been highlighting the critical nature of service accounts  and the importance of governing service accounts appropriately.  Recently, a customer came to us following a Sarbanes-Oxley (Sox) audit they failed largely due to mismanaged service accounts. It’s a story we’re hearing more and more frequently. Regulators are finally catching on…


The CISO Research Report: CISOs thrive on being Guardians of the Business and maybe even the Galaxy

February 18th, 2020

Is Data the new Oil? Some people maintain that "Data is the new oil". Tech companies around the world are now ranking among the largest global companies. A number of them have values that exceed some countries' GDP.  Tesla, some would argue, is a tech company that builds cars. It now has a market value…


8 Signs you’re outgrowing your PAM System and what to do next

February 11th, 2020

Growth is a great problem to have. Suddenly you’re onboarding lots of people, launching products and signing off on new projects. It can also be stressful. Your company is looking to you to keep IT systems running smoothly and securely.  As your company grows, the security tools you’ve been using need to keep up with constant…