New Report Shows 52 Percent of Companies Have a Failing Grade on Enforcement of Proper Privileged Credential Controls
Thycotic in conjunction with Cybersecurity Ventures, a research and market intelligence firm in the Cybersecurity industry released its 2016 State of Privileged Account Management (PAM) security report. . The report reveals major shortcoming in the current state of privileged credential password and access security among organizations worldwide, along with recommendations for how to address the most common failures in PAM security and secure privileged credentials throughout your enterprise.
- Educate key stakeholders in your organization about the urgency and value of Privileged Account and Access Management Security.
- Discover where your privileged accounts are located across your entire enterprise environment. There are two free tools from Thycotic you can use to discover where your privileged accounts are located for both Windows and Unix environments.
- Automate the management and security of privileged account passwords. Check out these affordable PAM solutions available for any size organization and you learn more about the top five tasks you can automate in this free eBook.
- Adopt security polices to help ensure least privilege strategy for account access. You should explore employing software tools to limit privileged access without impacting user productivity.
- Provide greater visibility in PAM for CISO while helping to assure you can demonstrate compliance with audits and policies affecting privileged account credentials. Get a free template for best practice privileged account security policies as well as Free PAM software to help automate enforce those policies to improve security and satisfy auditors.
The 2016 State of Privileged Account Management Report — co-sponsored by Thycotic and Cybersecurity Ventures is available here: https://thycotic.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/State-of-PAM-Executive-Summary.pdf