This white paper presents the security pains prevalent in Unix environments and offers some advice on what requirements to look for when evaluating solutions for these pains.
Remote Access Control
With more and more organizations leveraging numerous SAP systems, applications and databases to run their businesses, there is an ever-increasing need for organizations to reduce the attack vector and manage privileged access
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Most leading institutions have 200-300 high-risk, third-party relationships at a time.*
Motivated attackers leverage third-party access points to gain entry to the target organization and launch an attack. Understanding common remote vendor access types and associated vulnerabilities is the first step in mitigating this risk. Download this white paper to learn how to identify vulnerabilities to your organization and how to secure privileged accounts and thwart targeted attackers. Once secured, remote vendor access drives business continuity, efficiency and productivity without introducing significant new risk.
*Source: McKinsey: Managing Third-Party Risk in a Changing Regulatory Environment
Jump servers have emerged in recent years as a security best practice to create a separation between networks with different security requirements. Creating separation is strongly recommended to minimize the risk of a potential attacker accessing critical systems, but does the typical homegrown jump server really create a single, isolated control point? Does it really keep the attackers out? Learn how you can go the extra mile to enhance security with a next generation jump server, which closes the vulnerability holes that exist in the traditional jump server solution.