Privileged Attack Vectors: Understand and Minimize Internal and External Cyber Risks
About this Webinar
Increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks and severe new privacy policies have led to privilege management solutions into the spotlight from the relative obscurity. An efficient PxM strategy today needs to cover multiple functional areas, such as passwords management and automatic rotation, least privilege enforcement, vulnerability integration, centralized analysis, auditing, and protection. Only such a holistic approach enables complete transparency of all administrative activities across all environments, platforms, applications and services.
Join this KuppingerCole webinar for expert insights into:
- What is Privilege Management and why is it much bigger than you probably think?
- Best practices for assessing, prioritizing and mitigating risks through privileged access, both internally and externally;
- The functionality of modern PAM solutions and approaches to reducing their complexity;
- Twelve key building blocks for a successful risk minimization strategy.
In addition, 25 randomly selected participants will receive a signed copy of BeyondTrust’s CTO Morey Haber’s recently published book Privileged Attack Vectors!
In the first part of the webinar, KuppingerCole Founder and Principal Analyst Martin Kuppinger will discuss the multiple security and compliance challenges associated with privileged access and explain what technologies are available to mitigate them. He will explain how companies should assess and prioritize their risks to optimize their investments without compromising their security.
In the second part, Brian Chappell , Senior Director , Enterprise & Solutions Architecture at BeyondTrust , outlines concrete steps needed to design and implement a successful strategy for minimizing the privileged attack surface. He will present best practices for detecting and mitigating external and internal attacks and explaining how to minimize the impact of potential data loss.
This webinar will be presented in German and English.