With the ever increasing size and complexity of organisations IT infrastructure, it can become increasingly difficult to ensure that privileged accounts are secured. Privileged Access Management (PAM) simplifies this process.
Automatically detect privileged accounts, where they are used, and bring under management.
Auditors can report on an account’s usage (including by which user), see when credentials were changed, and view a recorded session.
Once a user has been approved access to a privileged account, they can seamlessly start a privileged session to the system (e.g. RDP, SSH, etc) without having the password disclosed to them.
To prevent users from knowing privileged account credentials, PAM platforms will change passwords once the account has been used and at periodic intervals.