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Thycotic Integrations provide opportunities to connect, control and secure

January 16th, 2020

Privileged access management (PAM) is a critical piece of your security infrastructure. But we know it’s just one part of your infrastructure which also includes identity and access management platforms, multi-factor authentication systems, SIEM tools, IT ticketing systems, DevOps tools, and more. Just as single products that aren’t usable result in slow implementation and low…


The robots are here. Actually, they’ve been here for a while

January 7th, 2020

Every team across your organization is looking for ways to free up more time. In the past year, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has exploded as a new way to remove tedious, repetitive tasks from the shoulders of humans and give them to—you guessed it—robots. RPA essentially creates a non-person account—a “bot”—that mimics the activities of…


Privileged Access Management Best Practices

September 24th, 2019

For the past two years, Gartner has named privileged access management (PAM) the top IT security priority. Privileged account credentials for domain admins, service, application, and root accounts are valuable targets. When attackers gain these credentials, they can exploit your most sensitive information and critical systems. Privileged access gives them power to alter data, change…


Building a PAM business case: cost-justifying privileged access management projects

August 13th, 2019

Most IT or security projects require a formal approval process, and that often includes a written business case. An IT business case document can vary from a simple one-page write-up to a full-blown justification paper with detailed cost and return-on-investment calculations. Many organizations have standard business case templates, but here’s what type of information a…


Take Control of Secrets in Your DevOps Environment

July 23rd, 2019

DevOps has emerged as a key practice to maintain speed and innovation where technology and software development drives business. Now, at least half of IT organizations are using DevOps, accelerating their ability to release new code to accommodate ever more competitive market demands. The aim is to improve speed while simultaneously reducing chances of defects…