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Privileged Access Cloud Security for Dummies

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Learn the security must-haves for cloud access

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Key privileged access cloud security challenges

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Five best practices for securing privileged access to the cloud

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Proven approach to implementing secure privileged access for remote workers and third parties

Increased cloud adoption poses greater security risks to your IT and business users

With 77% of cloud breaches due to compromised credentials you’ve got to make sure your users are getting reliable but secure access to cloud services and applications. That includes your remote employees, third parties and contractors.

This free 16-page eBook explains a practical approach that helps you define and implement privileged access cloud security best practices to protect your organization.

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Webinar: Privileged Access Cloud Security 101: Get the Basics Right

Join Thycotic chief security scientist and author Joseph Carson, August 11, 2020, as he explains a proven approach to managing privileged access cloud security. You will get a brief demonstration of how Thycotic’s new access control solutions can automate and safeguard cloud access for both IT and business users.

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KuppingerCole Executive View: “Thycotic Access Controller”

Digital transformation, Cloud, and Hybrid IT environments are putting new demands on PAM. To manage privileged access cloud security, Thycotic has integrated three new Access Controller products into its portfolio of PAM solutions to meet these challenges. Read this report to see how it works.!

Critical Controls for Modern Cloud Security

Free Whitepaper: Critical Controls for Modern Cloud Security

Learn how to use Privileged Access Management (PAM) to mitigate vulnerabilities across your cloud attack surface, as well as develop a consistent PAM strategy, even with multiple business and technical functions utilizing different types of cloud resources.