Privileged Access Management: Separating People from Passwords

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It's easy to say 'you cannot trust users with passwords' however, the vast majority of your users will use online banking. You can be sure that where their own money is concerned users implement strong passwords so their funds are kept safe. What’s more, banking systems do not ask for password changes every 30 days and are, historically, proven to be secure.

The fundamental point is that banking systems seek to prove identity, and identity is the real key to security. In the corporate world, we really need to know who did what where and when.

Join us for this webinar where we will explore:

  • Confident Compliance that is easy to reason with because you can visualize it; profiles mapping people to roles via time windows and tickets
  • How PAM can be used to keep people and passwords separate, safe and secure
  • The irony of anti-malware and vulnerability checkers needing domain access – Password Lifecycle Management


Andy Harris

Chief Technology Officer, Osirium

    Jacquie Kelly

    Support Consultant, Vodafone

      Robert Schifreen

      Founder, SecuritySmart

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