Privileged Access Management

 

Privileged Access Management - PAM

 

Targeted at the intersection of business, identity and risk management, Identropy’s Privileged Access Management practice is designed to deliver targeted solutions in the context of specific business pain points.  We also help executive sponsors navigate a practical and achievable strategy for their identity and access management challenges.

 

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What is Privileged Access Management (PAM)?

 

 
Privileged Access Management (PAM) is the combination of tools and technology used to secure, control and monitor access to an organization's critical information and resources. Subcategories of PAM include shared access password management, privileged session management, vendor privileged access management and application access management. Privileged user accounts are significant targets for attack as they have elevated permissions, access to confidential information and the ability to change settings. If compromised, a large amount of damage could be made to organizational operations. Types of accounts that implement PAM can include emergency cybersecurity procedure, local administrative, Microsoft Active Directory, application or service and domain administrative accounts.
 
 
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Cyber Security Program Manager, Dartmouth-Hitchcock
"The Identropy team have provided excellent value in advancing our Identity program. All engagements have been staffed by highly qualified, service-minded individuals who are willing to go above and beyond in assuring delivery of an excellent end product."

 

More about Privileged Access Management Technologies

 

Privileged Access Management or PAM solutions and tools work by gathering the credentials of privileged accounts, also known as system administrator accounts, into a secure repository to isolate their use and log their activity. The separation is intended to lower the risk of admin credentials being stolen or misused.  Effective use of Privileged Access Management will help reduce the risk of sensitive data breaches weather from outside the organization, or from insider threats.  Read the documents below prior to evaluating protocols to help guide you in your selection process.

 
 
 

 

Identropy's Featured Privileged Access Management Solutions

 

 

While Identropy has completed over 175+  projects in its history using every major technology, we realized that one of the key success factors involved utilizing Privileged Access Management solutions effectively.  Here are some technology solutions that have helped many of the organizations we serviced streamline their Privileged Access Management processes.

 

 

 

Why Identropy? Our Experience...

 

Identropy’s proven “Plan, Build, Run” approach has helped customers build and maintain successful identity management programs for over 10 years. Through our exclusive focus on Identity and Access Management and a combination of vendor-agnostic identity consulting and advisory services, deep domain and implementation expertise and flexible managed services capabilities, Identropy has pioneered the development of a model that balances business needs, security best practices and operational requirements.

 

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