#PrivSec Twitter Q&A with Jon Oltsik: Advanced Cyber Threats Demand a New Privileged Account Security Model

June 18, 2013 Christy Lynch

by Christy Lynch

Multiple industry reports have established that privileged accounts have emerged as the primary target for advanced attacks. New research from ESG senior principal analyst Jon Oltsik reports that many organizations continue to rely on marginal adjustments to privileged account security despite the increasing number of APTs linked to these accounts.

How can this be the case? What kinds of steps are organizations taking to secure and manage privileged accounts?

Jon will answer these and other challenging questions during a Twitter Q&A tomorrow, Wednesday, June 19 at 3:00 – 3:30 pm ET. He’ll also highlight some of his key research findings.

Want to get involved? Have a question you would like answered?

To participate, follow along with the #PrivSec hashtag and join the conversation with @CyberArk & @joltsik.

There’s still time to read the ESG report before the discussion. Get your free copy here.

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