WEBINAR MARCH 17: A CISO’s Perspective on Conditional Access



Privileged Account Security

Taking a modern approach to protecting privileged access management

Achieve the goals of privileged access management (PAM) vendors by protecting against abuse of privileged access credentials without complex deployment and hidden costs.

Modern Enterprises, Modern Solutions

Traditional PAM solutions are complex to deploy and manage, create many security gaps, and cause headaches for security operations teams. Preempt approaches PAM goals differently by providing a simple, centralized deployment that delivers value quickly and easily, and enforces conditional access without the need of an agent on the protected devices or jump servers.

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Stopping Privileged Credential Abuse

Preempt uniquely solves privileged access abuse by giving visibility into all business and service accounts – privileged or not. This kind of visibility allows you to spot risky behavior not caught by traditional PAM vendors. By gaining complete visibility, Preempt helps you quickly discover all accounts with privileged access, including stealthy (shadow) administrators, and getting rid of accounts that don’t need those privileges to achieve a least privileged model.

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Protecting Against Insider Threat and Targeted Attacks

By instantly discovering all user and service accounts, Preempt can see all activity in the network. Preempt leverages security analytics and baselines risk so that organizations can spot risky behavior such as lateral movement or privilege escalation as well as protect against potential insider threat and targeted attacks.


Reducing Administrative Burden and Security Incidents

Preempt helps organizations auto-remediate risk in real time without the need for a SOC team to investigate, this not only reduces your administrative burden but also your security operations burden. Preempt automatically tracks all privileged accounts and devices and can take action on risky behavior or configurations such as weak passwords or use of unmanaged devices. Some organizations have seen incident management burden decrease by up to 30%.

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