5 Common Privilege Management Use Cases for macOS

macOS devices continue to expand their presence across organization's of all shapes, sizes, and verticals. While undoubtedly a win for employees, not all organization's have equivalent macOS security controls as they do for Windows endpoints.

One of the simplest ways to exert control over macOS devices and prevent breaches is to implement the principle of least privilege. Removing excessive privileges from your end macOS users is a powerful and effective way to reduce security and operations risk. Removing unnecessary local admin rights is also increasingly required by compliance regulations and even cyber insurance providers.

Download this whitepaper to discover the top privilege management use cases for macOS devices, and how BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management enables features like least privilege enforcement, application control, and more.

Discover Mac Privilege Management Use Cases

Get the full whitepaper to explore how privilege management is used to secure and manage macOS devices.

"One of the simplest ways to take control of your macOS endpoints and prevent breaches is to implement least privilege by removing excessive standing privileges from your end users."

BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management

BeyondTrust 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.

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