- Privileged Access Management (PAM) and Identity and Access Management (IAM) are getting more and more intertwined.
- Customers with active PAM projects are tired of overpaying and want a less expensive, simpler alternative.
- PAM is not just about passwords, although a few vendors certainly want you to believe that!
- Where did you start when it came to PAM? How did you prioritize?
- How did you transition from PAM to IAM, or vice versa?
- What lessons did you learn? What were the gotchas?
- What is your 1-5 year IAM and PAM strategy?
- What are the three things every CSO should consider before they begin a PAM project?
- Both broad and deep privileged account management capability across every scenario in an integrated platform
- Detailed reporting and privileged analytics for multiple stakeholders to mitigate security and compliance concerns and tighten up operational practices
- Alignment with other security solutions, providing a more complete picture of IT risk management – not another silo to manage
Scott Lang, Sr. Director, Product Marketing at BeyondTrust
Scott Lang has nearly 20 years of experience in technology product marketing, currently guiding the product marketing strategy for BeyondTrust’s privileged account management solutions and vulnerability management solutions. Prior to joining BeyondTrust, Scott was director of security solution marketing at Dell, formerly Quest Software, where he was responsible for global security campaigns, product marketing for identity and access management and Windows server management.