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CrowdStrike Completes Acquisition of Preempt Security
A modern, automated approach to privileged access management
Traditional Privileged Account Management (PAM) solutions protecting the Active Directory are complex to deploy and manage, create security gaps across diverse networks, and cause headaches for security operations teams. Preempt meets PAM goals by providing a simple, centralized deployment that delivers visibility and control, enforcing conditional access without agents on endpoints or jump servers.Learn More In This On Demand Webinar
Preempt solves privileged access abuse at the identity store in a single interface by providing visibility into all business and service accounts – privileged or not. This kind of visibility into the active directory allows you to spot risky behavior not caught by traditional PAM vendors. With complete enterprise visibility, Preempt helps you discover all accounts with privileged access, including stealthy (shadow) administrators and unneeded service accounts, making it easy for AD or other identity store administrators to reduce accounts or privileges and achieve a least privilege model.Learn More About How to Take a Modern Approach to PAM
By instantly discovering all user and service accounts in the identity store, Preempt can see all authentication activity in the network. Preempt improves on privileged access management by using security analytics and baseline user behavior analysis to spot risky new behavior such as lateral movement or privilege escalation as well as to protect against potential insider threat and targeted attacks.
Preempt helps organizations auto-remediate risky behavior in real time without the need for an identity and access administrator or security operations analyst to investigate every log, reducing the administrative burden as well as improving the security response time. Preempt automatically tracks all privileged accounts and devices, and takes action responding to risky behavior or configurations such as weak passwords or the use of unmanaged devices. Some organizations have seen the incident management burden decrease by up to 30%, between log storage in a SIEM and manpower hours to review each incident.