President Biden’s May 12, 2021 Executive Order (EO) has accelerated and highlighted the crucial need to improve U.S. cybersecurity. The EO is inclusive of both guidelines and timelines that agencies must meet to keep pace with the evolving threat landscape.
A Privileged Access Management (PAM) strategy is a critical component in a modern cybersecurity environment. As a result, the Executive Order mandates several requirements that only a robust PAM solution like BeyondTrust can satisfy.
The Executive Order outlines several standardized cybersecurity requirements and policies that agencies and government contractors must comply with in order to tighten security and facilitate secure collaboration.
As the worldwide leader in Privileged Access Management, BeyondTrust allows government organizations and agencies to secure and manage their entire universe of privileges, thus satisfying many of the new requirements set forth by the EO.
Here is a sample of the outlined requirements that BeyondTrust satisfies:
Zero Trust Architecture (3.a)
Planning for ZTA (3.b.ii)
Cloud with ZTA (3.c)Multi-Factor Authentication (3.d)
Advancement of Cloud-based Solutions (3.a)
Read the whitepaper to find out how BeyondTrust's suite of Privileged Access Management solutions map to the specific requirements of this Executive Order.
The BeyondTrust Privileged Access Management portfolio is an integrated solution that provides visibility and control over all privileged accounts and users. By uniting the broadest set of privileged security capabilities, the platform simplifies deployments, reduces costs, improves usability, and reduces privilege risks.