Prıvıleged Access Management

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What is Privileged Access Management (PAM) ?

Privileged Access Management (PAM) is a security approach that ensures secure management and monitoring of users with access to critical systems, data, and resources within an organization. PAM focuses on reducing security risks associated with privileged access and provides organizations with comprehensive access control.

Privileged Access Management

PAM provides a set of policies and procedures for creating, managing, and auditing privileged accounts, especially those of system administrators, database administrators, and other critical roles.

Monitoring and Auditing

Continuous monitoring and recording of privileged access activities allow for the detection and examination of unauthorized access.

Monitoring includes the ability to identify and report security events.

Password Management

PAM enforces password policies, offers secure password storage methods, and encourages regular password changes.

It establishes standards for password usage and management.

Secure Identity Authentication

LPAM enhances user authentication processes, strengthening security with measures like multi-factor authentication.

Self-Control and Self-Learning

PAM supports processes that automate and control access to privileged accounts.

Self-learning capabilities analyze user behaviors to identify abnormal activities.

Best Practices and Integration

PAM can integrate with other security systems and applications, allowing organizations to use PAM in alignment with their existing security infrastructure.

Business Continuity and Emergency Management

PAM considers business continuity and emergency management while securely managing privileged access processes.