What is Extended Privileged Access Management?
Today’s definition of Privileged Access Management has gotten too limiting—organizations need to increase visibility and discovery across all identities so that they can establish control over all privileged access to restrict lateral movement. The answer? Extended Privileged Access Management.
Today’s definition of Privileged Access Management has gotten too limiting. That’s why I like Delinea’s view on Extended Privileged Access Management.
So, what is Extended PAM? Extended PAM starts with authentication to validate identities. Then, policy-based authorization controls are applied across diverse IT environments to meet zero trust, and least privilege best practices, reducing the attack surface across my entire enterprise.
DevOps, cloud infrastructure, remote work and SaaS become more secure with Extended PAM. Extended PAM helps to prevent identity and credential theft by increasing visibility and discovery across all identities so that you can establish control over all privileged access to restrict lateral movement.
With analytics-informed policies we can limit escalation by adapting access when and where it’s needed.
Delinea is the first vendor to extend PAM across the enterprise ensuring consistent authorization is applied to human and non-human identities. They secure secrets with an enterprise-grade vault, provide just-in-time and just enough privileges on workstations and servers, and secure credentials in code and service accounts.
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.