The proliferation of identities, combined with cloud migration and attacker innovation, has created the perfect storm for identity-based cyberattacks. CyberArk experts explain how to manage and secure all identities.
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CyberArk’s Insight to Action framework helps address this gap between detection and remediation and offers a deep dive into six pivotal areas recognized as substantial threats in the cloud environment.
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CyberArk CIO Omer Grossman shares tips based on his team’s experiences, ongoing peer conversations, and market insights.
To tackle risk and streamline identity security operations, consider the following steps.
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Standard just-in-time (JIT) access is no longer enough. Enterprises need even more security without sacrificing nimbleness. Enterprises need zero standing privileges (ZSP).
To get started, consider two fundamental factors in tandem: capability breadth and deployment depth.
With Zero Trust, no actors are trusted until they’re verified. Nobody. No one. Zero exceptions.
Organizations can protect what matters most by unifying visionary technology and human expertise.
Identity Security, centered on intelligent privilege controls, lays the foundation for Zero Trust by limiting access to those who need it and only granting the minimum privilege for the task in question.
Given the stakes, it’s time for organizations to recalibrate and make identity the centerpiece of their security strategies.
Our research finds that C-level executives have a high degree of certainty in mitigating Identity Security-related risk as opposed to other personnel who are technically astute and aware of the complexities of their IT environments.
Multiple clouds and hybrid environments don’t need to mean extra work for security teams or developers.
Identity Security based on intelligent privilege controls provides organizations with the added advantage of long-term durability, adaptability, and recoverability in the face of potential attacks.