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Learn how to protect the Keys to your kingdom against cyber-attacks and insider threats

Protecting the Keys to Your Kingdom Against Cyber-Attacks and Insider Threats

Do you really know who and how many employees in your company use a privileged account? Are these accounts properly managed and secured? Answering just one of these questions with “no” or “don’t know” puts the most valuable data assets of your enterprise at risk.

That’s because hackers are targeting your privileged account passwords for domain admin, root and super-user accounts etc. Once compromised, these privileged credentials give attackers access to sensitive and critical information as a trusted user. Privileged Account Management (PAM) solutions from Thycotic help you to protect your organization against these kinds of cyber-attacks and insider threats.

Attending this KuppingerCole Webinar, you will learn:

·         How to automatically identify and securely store privileged accounts
·         How to manage sensitive information and quickly improve control across privileged accounts
·         How to create a fundamental security layer managed from a single console to shelter your business against cyber-attacks and insider threats
·         Proper auditing and analyzing of privileged user and account activity
·         A PAM solution that already 10,000 organizations worldwide have chosen to deploy, including Fortune 500 enterprises

With stolen administrator passwords the primary cause of many widely publicized security breaches in our shared and de-perimeterized economy, join Martin Kuppinger, Founder and Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole, as he explains why solutions for Privileged Account security and management are imperative for any global enterprise today. Nathan Wenzler, Executive Director of Security at Thycotic, will provide a brief demonstration of how Thycotic Secret Server can help you easily control access to critical passwords in one centralized, web-based repository. As an enterprise-wide password security solution, Thycotic Secret Server protects your keys to the kingdom from threats both inside and outside your organization.

Recorded: October 22, 2015

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Simply indispensable privileged account security from Thycotic Secret Server

Thycotic Secret Server delivers an indispensable, comprehensive Privileged Account Management (PAM) solution to protect your “keys to the kingdom” from cyber-attacks and insider threats. Unlike any other security offering, Secret Server assures the protection of privileged accounts while being the fastest to deploy, easiest to use, scalable enterprise-class solution offered at a competitive price. Already securing privileged account access for more than 10,000 organizations worldwide, including Fortune 500 enterprises, Thycotic Secret Server is simply your best value for PAM protection.

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Privileged Access
Management

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Secret Server

Easiest to use, most powerful, and widely adopted privileged access management (PAM) solution.

Enterprise-grade password security and privileged account management for organizations of all sizes and any type of deployment.

Least Privilege &
Application Control

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Privilege Manager

All-in-one solution for least privilege management, threat intelligence, and application whitelisting, greylisting, and blacklisting.

Seamless adoption for security teams, help desk support, and business users, because productivity is never impacted.

privileged account
incident response

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Privilege Behavior Analytics

Advanced analytics and machine learning that integrates with your privileged access management solution. Automatically identify and analyze suspicious behavior that indicates privileged account abuse.

Maintain business continuity with real-time alerts that support rapid, effective incident response to a privileged account breach.