Integrating privileged password management and windows privilege managementIT teams are busier than ever and tasked with doing more with fewer resources. The bigger your organization, the more likely that your IT teams are distributed, siloed, and utilizing any productivity hacks they can think of to make their jobs easier. That means your organization faces additional risk factors like low user adoption/adherence to policy and less visibility and control over your environment. An integrated privileged password management and Windows privilege management solution can help you bridge the gap between IT user productivity and security. PowerBroker for Windows protects end users, prevents and contains breaches, and reduces help desk calls on Microsoft Windows desktops and servers. With PowerBroker, you remove excessive rights from end users, audit privileged sessions, and identify risky activity – while enabling productivity. PowerBroker Password Safe helps you control and audit access to privileged accounts, such as shared administrative accounts, application accounts, local administrative accounts, service accounts, database accounts, cloud and social media accounts, devices, and SSH keys. Together, PowerBroker for Windows and Password Safe deliver critical security and audit capabilities that can help manage privileged access without getting in the way of your IT Teams’ productivity. Want to better manage privileged access risk, ensure auditing of privileged access and users, and enable your workers to securely do their jobs? Get “The CISO’s Guide to Managing Risk for Privileged Access & Credentials in Windows Environments”.
Sandi Green, Product Marketing Manager, BeyondTrust
Sandi Green is the Product Marketing Manager for PowerBroker Password Safe, PowerBroker for Windows, and PowerBroker Mac at BeyondTrust. She has over 20 years of sales and solutions marketing experience with technology companies that served a variety of industries ranging from life sciences, human capital management, consumer packaged goods and most recently IT security. When she’s not following the latest trends in Cybersecurity, she’s busy following college football and basketball. Follow her on Twitter at @SandiGreen3.