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    5 Interlocking Strategies for Successful PAM Implementation


    5 Interlocking Strategies for a Successful PAM Implementation

    Analysis paralysis and fear of change derail many PAM implementations, exposing organizations to cyberattack.

    To help you create a successful PAM program with a centralized PAM tool at the heart of your strategy, Gartner® has put together recommendations for overcoming these challenges. 

    In this report, they detail five interlocking keys to success, which we believe include: 

    • Culture - Engage and build consensus among IT administration, endpoint support, developer communities and security organizations  
    • Discovery - Every corner of your IT infrastructure must be scanned for privileged accounts, such as IaaS, SaaS, AD, applications, databases, networking devices, endpoints and servers—any device or piece of software that supports users has a privileged account by default
    • Least privilege - Rightsize the privilege levels in your environment so that privileged identities, including users and machines, have only the privileges they need to do their job, when they need it 
    • Visibility - Implement session recording with integrations into alerting and reporting tools, and policies for retention 
    • Operational efficiency - Create business value by reducing time and costs of manual work, such as access management, identity administration, and governance 

    Get the report and see what the experts say. 

    Gartner, 5 Interlocking Strategies for a Successful PAM Implementation, 22 November 2022, Michael Kelley, Felix Gaehtgens, James Hoover, Abhyuday Data

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