Privilege and Session Management for Microsoft Windows

The case for Windows privilege management is overwhelming. For instance, 94% of critical vulnerabilities reported by Microsoft in 2016 can be mitigated by removing administrator rights from users. Whether hijacked by external attackers using phishing or ransomware, or simply misused by insiders, local and domain admin rights can facilitate devastating data breaches. These privileges are prized by attackers because they can afford freedom of movement and access beneath the radar of detection.

So how do you protect end users, prevent and contain data breaches, and eliminate compliance violations stemming from excessive end-user privileges – without obstructing productivity or overburdening your Help Desk?