Privileged Access Management

Privileged Access Management

Attackers target the users with the most privileges — once they gain access to admin rights, they can do virtually anything. Their status of having higher privileged designates higher risk and unusual behavior could be a sign of compromise.

To more proactively manage privileged users and accounts, many organizations have traditionally looked at Privileged Access Management (PAM). The ultimate goal is to gain more control of accounts and stop attacks and reducing risk before impact. The challenge is that PAM solutions lack many of the key capabilities for real-time threat prevention.

Going Beyond PAM

Preempt is equally effective at controlling privileged accounts and non-privileged users, easily identifying threats across the entire lifecycle of a cyber attack including reconnaissance, use of compromised credentials, attacks on internal infrastructure, and much more. A flexible policy allows an organization to preempt threats and respond adaptively based on risk to avoid political challenges common in PAM deployments. Preempt provides a simple, centralized deployment that delivers value quickly and easily, and provides enforcement without the need of an agent on the protected devices.

Risk Reduction

- Automatically track all privileged accounts and devices

- Take action on risky behavior or configurations such as weak passwords or use of unmanaged devices

- Overcome the highly risky password vaulting practice which can be easily compromised

Detect/Prevent Use of Compromised Accounts

- Identify compromised accounts based on behavior or detection of malicious techniques

- Take automated protective action

Detect/Prevent Insider Access Abuse

- Control password sharing, shared accounts, or end-users using service account credentials

Safely Enable Staff

- Integrate MFA authentication to any application to verify identity without reducing productivity