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What is Lateral Movement?

When Attackers Take Control and Move Around Your Network at Will


Your Network is Not the Target

Attackers look for the easiest entry point starting with your network —a forgotten endpoint device, a compromised admin password extracted from the dark web, or an unwitting employee who downloads and installs malware. Once they gain this initial foothold, they use lateral movement to reach their goal: PII, Sensitive IP, Customer Information, etc.

Download our white paper to learn how Remediant stops lateral movement.

Lateral Movement and Your Attack Surface

To seize control of the attack surface, you need to first grasp what (and how big) your attack surface is. You cannot defend it if you can’t first define it—including its components. Reducing your privileged attack surface also requires a continuous, comprehensive approach to managing your privileged access and implementing a just-in-time privileged access provisioning model.

Download our Privileged Attack Surface Reduction eBook now →

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Enterprise deployment over a weekend Reduced footprint for lateral movement/attack spread for 6,000 servers

How a Major Services Firm Mitigated an Attack Before It Became a Breach 

Adversaries had compromised the default administrator account on one of the firms 5000 Windows servers, and used those compromised credentials to infect the server with ransomware and ‘hop’ across the firms network. Remediant SecureONE was deployed and contained the incident in less than 12 hours.

Read the full case study →

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Evaluate Your Privilege Account Exposure

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Remediant stops lateral movement attacks by bringing Zero Standing Privileges to the enterprise to close IT visibility and cyber security control gaps caused by the invisible sprawl of administrative accounts.