I think the majority of executives and security professionals would ante up a reasonable sum to make this a reality, but that’s not what this article is about. It is about the damage a compromised privileged account could cost an organization from a momentary perspective and a reputation perspective. If you need proof of this, consider the recent breaches at Equifax, Yahoo, and even Duke Energy. Each one of these affected the company’s stock, executive bonuses, acquisition terms, and even the ability to do basic business like accepting payments in due terms.