Privileged Access Management
Privileged Access Management (PAM) support our clients to help secure, control, manage and monitor privileged access to critical assets.
To achieve these goals, PAM solution typically take the credentials of privileged accounts – i.e. the admin accounts – and put them inside a secure repository (a vault) isolating the use of privileged accounts to reduce the risk of those credentials being stolen. Once inside the repository, system administrators need to go through the PAM system to access their credentials, at which point they are authenticated and their access is logged. When a credential is checked back in, it is reset to ensure administrators have to go through the PAM system next time they want to use the credential.
By centralizing privileged credentials in one place, PAM solution can ensure a high level of security for them, control who is accessing them, log all accesses and monitor for any suspicious activity.
PAM password vaults (SAPM) provides an extra layer of control over admins and password policies, as well as monitoring trails of privileged access to critical systems .
PAM solution help organizations provide secure privileged access to critical assets and meet compliance requirements by managing and monitoring privileged accounts and access. PAM solution offer features that enable security and risk leaders to:
- Discover privileged accounts on systems, devices and applications for subsequent management.
- Automatically randomize, manage and vault passwords and other credentials for administrative, service and application accounts.
- Control access to privileged accounts, including shared and “firecall” (emergency access) accounts.
Isolate, monitor, record and audit privileged access sessions.