Privileged passwords and credentials are the gateways to an organization's most valuable assets. They unlock access to privileged accounts used to manage critical devices, applications, DevOps infrastructure, and other assets across the enterprise. They pose significant risks if not protected, managed, and monitored properly.

Today, many government organizations still rely on spreadsheets, manual processes, or a combination of solutions to manage all these types of privileged credentials. This means password rotation is unreliable and monitoring, auditing, and reporting are complicated and time-consuming.

Join this interactive Tech Talk and Live Demo to understand how BeyondTrust’s Password Safe solution can help you close your security gaps, control access, and gain full visibility.

Our expert Sr Solutions Engineer will show you how to achieve unified privileged credential management with:

  • Smart Automation with discovery-driven dynamic policy and just-in-time access control features
  • Accelerated ROI through operational improvements
  • Integrations with IAM, SIEM, RPA, ITSM, and other BeyondTrust products
  • Secure audit trails, detailed session reporting, and deep credential analytics
  • Reduced shadow IT risk for non-privileged accounts
George Pradel
George Pradel
Sr. Solutions Engineer
George Pradel is a highly experienced Sr. Solutions Engineer based in Denver, Colorado, with over 35 years of expertise in the IT industry. He obtained the CISSP certification in 2004, demonstrating his deep interest in security tools, which have now ... read more

George Pradel is a highly experienced Sr. Solutions Engineer based in Denver, Colorado, with over 35 years of expertise in the IT industry. He obtained the CISSP certification in 2004, demonstrating his deep interest in security tools, which have now become commonplace. George's extensive experience in various fields, including Healthcare, Financial, Insurance, Manufacturing, Utilities, and Food Service, enables him to offer a practical approach in his presentations, making them relevant to attendees. George has presented at various prestigious events such as Citrix's first worldwide conference and was a featured presenter multiple times at VMWorld Europe and VMWorld US. He was also a sought-after speaker at VMUG's across the country, thanks to his ability to deliver information that attendees can immediately put into practice.

After graduating from NIU, George pursued a self-taught path in IT that has led him to work with prominent companies such as Citrix, VMWare, Vizioncore, Quest Software, Dell, Sauce Labs, and BeyondTrust. Notably, George was the 11th Systems Engineer globally for Citrix and was among the first 600 employees at VMWare, where he was recognized as SE of the year. Throughout his career, George has played pivotal roles ranging from an individual contributor to running teams of SEs globally and serving as a Sr. Director at Quest Software.

According to George, ignoring the realities of users when selecting and designing security solutions is not a viable option. His philosophy is rooted in the belief that effective security must take into account the needs and behaviors of users. To illustrate his point, George adopts a storytelling approach that resonates with everyone. He draws on his personal experiences, such as his early career as a 3rd level support engineer on the McDonald's helpdesk, to emphasize the importance of balancing technology with psychology when working with end users.

One lesser-known fact about George is that he began his career as a Video Producer/Director of Computer Instructional Videos. In this role, his primary task was to simplify complex technical concepts and communicate them effectively to viewers. This experience has greatly influenced George's unique approach to presenting and has enabled him to deliver information in a way that is both informative and easily understandable.

George Pradel is a highly experienced Sr. Solutions Engineer based in Denver, Colorado, with over 35 years of expertise in the IT industry. He obtained the CISSP certification in 2004, demonstrating his deep interest in security tools, which have now ... read more
George Pradel
Sr. Solutions Engineer

George Pradel is a highly experienced Sr. Solutions Engineer based in Denver, Colorado, with over 35 years of expertise in the IT industry. He obtained the CISSP certification in 2004, demonstrating his deep interest in security tools, which have now become commonplace. George's extensive experience in various fields, including Healthcare, Financial, Insurance, Manufacturing, Utilities, and Food Service, enables him to offer a practical approach in his presentations, making them relevant to attendees. George has presented at various prestigious events such as Citrix's first worldwide conference and was a featured presenter multiple times at VMWorld Europe and VMWorld US. He was also a sought-after speaker at VMUG's across the country, thanks to his ability to deliver information that attendees can immediately put into practice.

After graduating from NIU, George pursued a self-taught path in IT that has led him to work with prominent companies such as Citrix, VMWare, Vizioncore, Quest Software, Dell, Sauce Labs, and BeyondTrust. Notably, George was the 11th Systems Engineer globally for Citrix and was among the first 600 employees at VMWare, where he was recognized as SE of the year. Throughout his career, George has played pivotal roles ranging from an individual contributor to running teams of SEs globally and serving as a Sr. Director at Quest Software.

According to George, ignoring the realities of users when selecting and designing security solutions is not a viable option. His philosophy is rooted in the belief that effective security must take into account the needs and behaviors of users. To illustrate his point, George adopts a storytelling approach that resonates with everyone. He draws on his personal experiences, such as his early career as a 3rd level support engineer on the McDonald's helpdesk, to emphasize the importance of balancing technology with psychology when working with end users.

One lesser-known fact about George is that he began his career as a Video Producer/Director of Computer Instructional Videos. In this role, his primary task was to simplify complex technical concepts and communicate them effectively to viewers. This experience has greatly influenced George's unique approach to presenting and has enabled him to deliver information in a way that is both informative and easily understandable.

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