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Remote, external users accessing your network from third-party organisations introduce a risk that can be mitigated. This whitepaper looks at how organisations can minimise the risk of unauthorised users exploiting accounts by implementing a control strategy that still enables businesses to partner effectively with outside parties while maintaining the same security standards across the entire organisation.
Privileged accounts are the pathway to a company’s most valuable data and are therefore compromised in the majority of advanced and internal attacks. Find out how you can use CyberArk to scan your network and discover where privileged accounts exist, assess security risks, identify and collect reliable and comprehensive information.
Best practices dictate that privileged accounts should be incorporated into an organisation’s core security strategy. Privileged accounts are a security problem and need singular controls put in place to protect, monitor, detect and respond to all privileged account activity. This whitepaper looks at which security solution can protect you the best.
This case study looks at how one of the oldest global financial services firms in the US overcame operational complexity by adopting a privileged identity management solution. They were able to drive down costs to lines of business through better use of automation and centralisation of databases.
This case study looks at how BT, one of the world’s leading communications services companies, implemented CyberArk to manage privileged accounts - going from a fragmented, un-scalable mix of solutions to one, streamlined solution that met all their goals in the short and long term.
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