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The credential has become a commodity that will be breached. 74% of breached organizations admitted the breach involved access to a privileged account. And once a credential is compromised, privileged access management solutions are rendered useless. This key risk is called “standing privilege” and the emerging security model that addresses the risk is called Zero Standing Privilege.
This report exemplifies the key findings, insights and recommendations a customer will receive from Remediant about their own environment once deployed (or evaluated). Findings include but are not limited to the number of administrator accounts surfaced, the riskiest human and machine accounts, the riskiest endpoints and the most over permissioned groups.
With rapid innovation comes the rapid scaling and adoption of infrastructure. To fuel this innovation, the number of privileged users is growing and evolving constantly. With this growth in new technologies, and privileged users to support them, comes new threats. It is, therefore, no surprise that 74% of breached organizations admitted the breach involved access to a privileged account.
Remediant recently partnered with NIST NCCoE to create SP 1800-18 — a best practices guide addressing the challenge of privileged access management (PAM). The Remediant team worked together with fellow practitioners and the NIST NCCoE to outline practical use cases describing how organizations actually use PAM products in the real-world environment.
This report summarizes an assessment conducted by cyber security analyst firm TAG Cyber of Remediant SecureONE. Specifically, TAG Cyber conducted a mapping effort between the security provided by Remediant’s SecureONE solution and the NIST 800-171/3.1/3.5.3 and 800-53 V5 (March 2020) referenced Access Controls framework.
Remediant commissioned Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) to conduct a survey to research the challenges organizations face with privileged access management (PAM), the tools and methods used to manage privileged access, and the perceived effectiveness of PAM solutions. The research revealed a number of interesting findings.
This comprehensive guide will cover:- New challenges and opportunities around privileged access management at scale - How to scale the "principle of least privilege"- Guidelines for establishing strong and effective privileged access management in your organization - A roadmap to implementing next-generation privileged access management – at scale.
In this article from Cyber-Defense Magazine, learn the five reasons why Privileged Access Management implementations fail and why privileged credentials are still used in 80% of breaches, 20 years after PAM vendors brought their offerings to market. This article also covers why you need to rethink data breach control and incident response through the lens of privileged access.
Increasingly, cyber attacks are taking advantage of privileged accounts, and traditional PAM controls are not enough to defend against them. Tim Keeler of Remediant discusses the role of Zero Trust, Standing Privilege and just-in-time privileged account defense.
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