Why Privileged Access Can Work at Scale and Better Defend You

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Keeping networks secure is never easy, but the task is especially hard for the modern enterprise operating at scale with a mix of cloud and on-premises solutions that expands attack surfaces and cyber-risk. What’s more, many enterprises scale operations without fully evolving their access management systems to match this newly complex – and dangerous – digital landscape.

The result is an Achilles heel – a vulnerable blind spot at the heart of a growing company – that gives malicious actors the keys to an entire kingdom of otherwise impressive resources and capabilities.

This whitepaper explores why organizations need better privileged access management (PAM) and how they can master defense at scale.

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