CyberArk services and support professionals are a significant benefit for clients as they begin their privileged access protection programs. In this whitepaper, learn more about CyberArk’s consulting capabilities and fantastic support organization. At CyberArk, we love supporting our clients as they tackle difficult privileged security challenges and our services organization can provide the advice, expertise and support to build a comprehensive privileged protection program.
What do the infamous attacks on the SWIFT banking network and the attack that took down Ukraine’s power grid have in common? The exploitation of privileged credentials sit at the center of these, and nearly all other, successful attacks. While it sounds like something out of a movie, credential theft foresight – or precognition – is entirely possible and effective in identifying network weak spots likely to expose privileged credentials to compromise. With credential theft precognition, organizations can identify specific accounts and machines that are likely to be involved in an attack, and minimize their attack surface.
This whitepaper examines the research behind credential theft precognition. We look at how it’s a significant defensive advantage over traditional security tools, the multi-step process for identifying network weak spots, use cases and more.
With our award winning, patented technology and proven expertise, CyberArk is the only company that can provide full protection from advanced and insider threats to mitigate your risks and meet high stakes compliance requirements. CyberArk has more deployments in large-scale distributed and virtual environments, solving more privileged access security challenges than any other vendor. We can support any device, any data center, for on-premises, hybrid and cloud environments, as well as throughout the DevOps pipeline. CyberArk is the only vendor with a native solution that can provide full protection, monitoring, detection and reporting of all privileged access.
In most organizations, it is common to find anti-virus installed in order to prevent virus and malicious software from running and IDS\IPS\Firewall installed in order to identify attacks and exploits while Kerberos and encapsulated sub protocols within are being neglected. The reason sub-protocols receive no attention is because the data is inaccessible. In this paper we will unveil the potential risk hiding in hidden parts of Kerberos using decryption to bridge the gap between attackers and the defenders, providing a real view into active attacks that leverage Kerberos as a means to conceal malicious activity and lateral movement.
CyberArk’s Cyber Hygiene program provides a tested and proven approach to tackling privileged access security. In this whitepaper, one can find information on the Cyber Hygiene program and how they can help protect their organizations from a variety of attacks that could damage an organization’s reputation.