A Case for Extended Privileged Access Management
Evolving cyber risks, IT environments, and operational expectations require a new, holistic approach to Privileged Access Management (PAM). But PAM doesn’t have to be complex. Delinea believes identity is the common thread to these challenges, and their approach is Extended Privileged Access Management.
Hi there, I’m Sam. My organization is facing 3 key challenges to protecting ourselves from security breaches. These may sound familiar to you.
The first challenge is IT complexity: In the past, only admins had privileged access to sensitive systems and data. Now all users in my IT environment have some level of privilege. On top of that machine identities connect automatically.
Without careful management, our critical systems and data are vulnerable to unauthorized access, and our IT resources are spread over data centers and multiple cloud providers.
Second, because of this IT complexity and remote work styles, our threat landscape is expanding. Attackers are innovating, ransomware is spreading, and with automation comes more attack potential.
And third, there are so many vendors out there with a variety of technologies to solve part of my problem—but none take a holistic view of my entire environment. I see attacks increase globally and I worry our security solutions aren’t enough to protect us.
Delinea stood out because they have a different point of view. They believe identity is the common thread to these challenges, and their approach is Extended Privileged Access Management.
As a proven PAM leader backed by industry analysts, Delinea helps me protect my organization.
Privileged Access Management doesn’t have to be complex. Contact Delinea to learn how they can help you solve your evolving privileged access challenges.