Unix/Linux and Windows systems present high-value targets for external attackers and malicious insiders. Gaining root or other privileged credentials makes it easy for attackers to fly under the radar and access sensitive systems and data. But removing administrator privileges to protect your critical systems can over-restrict users and impact productivity.

Join the BeyondTrust and Bahwan IT teams for your guide on how our Privilege Management for Unix/Linux and Windows servers helps security and IT organizations achieve compliance, control privileged access, and prevent and contain breaches– without hurting productivity.

On this webinar you will:

  • Understand the challenges and barriers to implementing least privilege on servers
  • Hear how BeyondTrust eliminates credential sharing, monitor and audits sessions for suspicious activity and centralizes all management and policies
  • Identify the key features of BeyondTrust’s Privilege Management solution to enable you to quickly secure your server estate without impacting productivity

You will also have the opportunity to question the BeyondTrust and Bahwan IT teams in a Q&A session.

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Layale Hachem, Solutions Engineer

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Michael Byrnes, Director, Solutions Engineering

Michael Byrnes is the Director, Solutions Engineer iMEA for BeyondTrust. He has acquired a wealth of cyber security experience in a number of engagements over the last 10 years with a diverse set of IT companies across the Middle East. Thanks to his various roles as a security consultant, a systems engineer or within pre-sales, he gained extensive expertise in network and information security, architecture design and virtualization. Within his current position at BeyondTrust, Michael manages the solution engineers’ team in the Middle East, India and Africa. With his group, he engages and advises partners, customers and prospects in their Privileged Access Management (PAM) strategy to secure and manage their entire universe of privileges.