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Protecting Privileged Accounts with Privileged Access Management

Privileged Access Management. Simplified.

All credentials are not the same.

Privileged accounts and the credentials to access those accounts are the most enticing to cybercriminals. Stolen credentials are the most common entry point for threat actors, and once in, they move from system to system within your network until they get what they want, something seen in over 70% of ransomware attacks. 

 But don’t forget you still have to keep an organization productive, and your end users still need access to privileged accounts to be able to do their jobs efficiently and seamlessly. 

What if you had a way to make privileged credentials inaccessible and unusable to bad actors while still allowing them to be seamlessly accessible and usable for legitimate users? 

Good news…you can!

Free guide to starting the Privileged Access Management (PAM) journey 

Conversational Geek’s eBook, Conversational PAM Vault, 2nd edition, breaks down how you can start taking control of your privileged accounts with an interesting, entertaining, and non-technical ‘conversational’ approach.

You’ll learn best practices to define and discover the privileged accounts in your organization’s networks, plus tips on managing credentials and access across your organization. 

Get your copy now.  

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