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A Complete Endpoint Management Solution

BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management elevates privileges to known, trusted applications that require them, controls application usage, and logs and reports on privileged activities using security tools already in place.

Provide users enough endpoint privileges to complete their tasks, but nothing more. Define policies and privilege distributions to fine-tune and determine the level of access available across the organization — preventing malware attacks due to over-privilege.

What is Endpoint Privilege Management?

An overview of BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management

Increase Privileged Controls Without Impacting Users

Misplaced administrative rights and privileges are frequently involved in cyberattacks, providing attackers the foothold they need to snake laterally through the enterprise and into critical systems.

Endpoint Privilege Management (EPM) is a solution used to elevate a user's privileges to applications as defined by IT and security teams — and nothing more. Instead of giving administrative rights to employee, third-party, and vendor users whenever privilege is requested, privileges are distributed on an "as-needed" basis. This substantially shrinks the attack surface by implementing the principle of least privilege (POLP) without denying users the ability to complete their job-related tasks.