With the advanced capabilities of today’s cyberattacks, If an intruder is determined to break into your network, he will. It doesn’t matter how many perimeter defenses you build around your IT environment.

One of the most common ways cybercriminals get into systems is through unsecured privileged accounts. These powerful accounts provide the access needed to view and extract sensitive data, alter system configuration settings, and run programs. Today's cyberattacks can exploit just one unsecured privileged account to get free reign on your network and control over your private data.

Compounding the problem, in large enterprises there are usually so many privileged accounts that many organizations don’t even know where all their privileged accounts reside – or who can access them. And if you can’t find them, you can’t secure them.

Quickly discovery privileged accounts on your network. Download the free Bomgar Discovery Tool to get started.

Mitigate the Threat of Unsecured Privileged Accounts

But with the new Bomgar Discovery Tool you can find the privileged account security holes that leave your network vulnerable to hackers and insider abuse. This includes stale logins, unchanged passwords and those accounts you may not even know are present.

The discovery process takes mere minutes and immediately generates a customized report with details about unsecured service accounts, Active Directory domain accounts, and local administrator accounts. By detecting existing accounts, mapping interdependencies, and measuring usage across the infrastructure, you’ll gain the visibility you need to close privileged account vulnerabilities.

You’ll identify at risk accounts so that you can take corrective actions. You’ll also see the credentials associated with each account and the age of the passwords, so that you can determine if they comply with your security policies and regulatory mandates.

The Bomgar Discovery Tool is free and available for unlimited use.

How vulnerable are you to cyberattacks? Assess your risk today.