- Old Mainframe applications.
- Software used for running an office (printer drivers) or the desktop itself (defragmentor)
- Third party point of sale software provided to retailers.
- Adobe and Flash software.
- Respondents from industries such as oil, automotive, and chemical cited technical applications which, although used by a handful of employees, still enforce the entire desktop to be set to administrator or super user status.
- Applications downloaded by individual employees from the web to help them do their job better: for example, financial trading software.
- Applications downloaded and installed by employees for their own entertainment, including: iPhone applications, and in one instance, a Golf Course Game Application.
- Privileged Password Management
- Discover, manage, audit, and monitor privileged accounts
- Endpoint Privilege Management
- Manage privileges on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Unix endpoints
Universal Privilege Management
Our innovative Universal Privilege Management approach secures every user, asset, and session across your entire enterprise.