How Are Your Privileged Accounts Leaving You Vulnerable?

Privileged Access Threat Report

The Privileged Access Threat Report 2018 exposes how poor privileged account management practices by organizations highlight an urgent need to implement an organization-wide Privileged Identity and Access Management strategy to truly defend your business from inside and out. This year's report covers:

  • Changes to the threat landscape
  • How privileged insiders threaten the security of your business
  • Why vendors with privileged identities and access deserve more scrutiny
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One way of managing this risk is tailoring the type of access granted to third-party vendors, but we found that only slightly more than half of organizations (56%) follow this practice.

Privileged Access Threat Report 2018

The Struggle to Manage Privileged Insiders and Vendors

Most organizations are having a difficult time managing privileged insiders and third party vendors. Almost half use manual processes to control privileged identities. This simply isn't scalable. The Privileged Access Threat Report recommends ways to overcome these challenges.

Pink Elephant: More Productive and Secure With BeyondTrust Privileged Remote Access and Password Safe

Pink Elephant, a Managed Services Provider in The Netherlands, employs 120 engineers that use BeyondTrust to support their customers across Europe. The IT Services Division uses BeyondTrust to provide outsourcing and professional consultation services to the corporate market with a focus in healthcare and logistics.

Manually keeping track of credentials for 120 engineers that serviced many different accounts meant wasted time and security gaps. After implementing a trial of the BeyondTrust Privileged Access Management solution, the strong, positive response from the workforce became a deciding factor for Pink Elephant's purchase decision.

BeyondTrust gives Pink Elephant a great step forward in servicing their customers quickly and securely.

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