How Does Privileged Access Management Fit Into Your Environment (video)

Matt Miller, Content Marketing Manager
July 25th, 2017

Today, most organizations are now adopting a risk-based, multi-layered approach to cyber security. Yet, even with important solutions such as firewalls, IPS, AV, and anti-malware in place, data breaches and other crippling attacks continue to disrupt organizations and their customers across the globe with alarming regularity.

Today, most breaches originate via end users …

  • installing something they shouldn’t,
  • connecting to somewhere they shouldn’t,
  • or accessing data they shouldn’t.

The common thread? Privileged access misuse or abuse.

Watch this 2-minute video now for a succinct primer on what privileged access management (PAM) is, why it’s needed, how it fits into your environment, and why BeyondTrust PowerBroker Privileged Access Management is different from other solutions.

For a customized look at how BeyondTrust PowerBroker PAM would fit within your environment, contact us for a demo. I’ve also included some more resources below to help you get up to speed on privileged access management.

Here are some other resources to get you started:

What is Privilege Management and Where Do You Start? (white paper)

PowerBroker Privilege Discovery and Reporting Tool (free)

PowerBroker Privileged Access Management Platform (data sheet)

Seven Steps to Complete Privileged AccessManagement (white paper)

Privileged Password Management Explained (white paper)

What Is Least Privilege & Why Do You Need It? (blog)

Matt Miller, Content Marketing Manager

Matt Miller is a Content Marketing Manager at BeyondTrust. Prior to BeyondTrust, he developed and executed marketing strategies on cyber security and cloud technologies in roles at Accelerite (a business unit of Persistent Systems), WatchGuard Technologies, and Microsoft. Earlier in his career Matt held various roles in IR, marketing, and corporate communications in the biotech / biopharmaceutical industry. His experience and interests traverse cyber security, cloud / virtualization, IoT, economics, information governance, and risk management. He is also an avid homebrewer (working toward his Black Belt in beer) and writer.