Glossary > Privileged Session Management (PSM)
Privileged Session Management refers to managing what someone is allowed to do after they’ve logged in with a privileged account. There are several ways organizations use software to manage access on systems, or manage a server session.
Session Monitoring is a useful feature of privileged session management. It typically includes the ability to record videos of privileged sessions and log keystrokes of what’s typed. It even makes it possible for someone to review sessions live or shut the session down if the user is doing something harmful.
More PSM Resources:
Building the Case for Privileged Session Management
Server Server Feature: Record & Monitor Privileged Session Access, and Log Keystrokes