The Enhanced Security Administrative Environments (ESAE) is a secured, bastion forest architecture designed to manage the Active Directory and all the associated identities that exist within ‘Tier-0’ environments. Its general purpose is to lock down and secure these environments for obvious reasons – if an attacker gains access to high profile targets such as ‘Tier-0’ assets and the Active Directory, they’re ultimately provided with untethered access to domain-joined IT infrastructure. One of the most commonly used techniques in advanced attacks is to exploit privileged accounts and their associated credentials, especially those that provide access to the domain controller. This solution brief describes how CyberArk can help secure privileged access, create credential boundaries, provide enhanced auditing and recording within the ESAE and production environments, and more!
Security and Risk Management
Rabobank is a major global financial services provider, offering banking, asset management, leasing, insurance, and real estate services. The company has approximately 59,000 employees, serving around 10 million customers across 48 countries.
National Gypsum Company is a fully integrated building products manufacturer and one of the leading gypsum board producers in the world. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, National Gypsum manufactures gypsum wallboard, cement board and related construction materials at 43 facilities in North America.
Developers are shifting to a DevOps delivery model to increase the speed of delivering new code and features to the market. But as a security and IT practitioner, you want security-first, enterprise-wide solutions that support your development teams without compromising on security.
This webinar explains why it is important to:
- Secure and manage secrets used by machines (e.g. micro-services, applications, scripts, CI/CD tools, hosts, etc.) and privileged users throughout the DevOps pipeline.
- Integrate with DevOps Toolchain to secure and manage secrets used by CI/CD tools such as Jenkins, Docker, Puppet, Chef, etc. to balance speed and automation while still significantly reducing the threat surface.
- Help security and compliance professionals to automatically secure and manage secrets throughout the DevOps pipeline by implementing built-in privileged account best practices across all environments (cloud, on-premises and hybrid environments).
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The Forrester Wave™: Privileged Identity Management, Q3 2016
After evaluating Privileged Identity Management (PIM) vendors across 22 key criteria, Forrester named CyberArk a Leader with the largest PIM market presence. CyberArk also received the highest possible score in the following criteria: cloud support, privileged session management and recording, and application-to-application password management.
IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Privileged Access Management Vendor Assessment
The IDC MarketScape* assesses 10 vendors offering products in the privileged access management (PAM) market and notes that, “CyberArk is the PAM pure-play “big gorilla” with the most revenue and largest customer base.”
KuppingerCole Leadership Compass: Privilege Management 2015
Named the overall market leader, KuppingerCole determined that CyberArk is the “Gold Standard” and the “one to beat in Privileged Management.” The CyberArk Privileged Account Security Solution received the highest possible rating across security, functionality, integration, interoperability and usability categories.
*IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Privileged Access Management Vendor Assessment (doc #253303)