Endpoint privilege management (EPM)​/Privileged Access Management (PAM)

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Organizations implement privileged access management (PAM) to protect against the threats posed by credential theft and privilege misuse. PAM refers to a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy – comprising people, processes and technology – to control, monitor, secure and audit all human and non-human privileged identities and activities across an enterprise IT environment.

Why Is Privileged Access Management Important?

Privileged Access Management is important because it has the role to protect the organizations’ critical infrastructure since threat actors target these accounts to eventually bring down an entire organization network. As a result, they have the ability to create additional users with elevated rights or view, edit, and delete your data as they please. And this is understandable since privileged access is a path to critical and sensitive data or systems. So basically, the path to the organization’s core.

PAM solutions should:

 

  • Include a digital vault to securely store passwords, secrets, SSH keys and other access credentials used by people, applications and machines
  • Provide mechanisms to automatically update and rotate credentials based on policy
  • Isolate and track privileged sessions to contain threats, prevent malware spread and simplify audits
  • Include threat analytics capabilities to automatically detect suspicious behavior and anomalous activity
  • Protect on-premises, cloud-based applications, and IT resources
  • Be deployed on-premises or in a public or private cloud, or delivered as a service