Federal leaders need an efficient and cost-effective way to protect their IT systems from cyber attacks of all kinds. Industry analysts agree that one of the most vulnerable points of attack has been through credentials and identity management. By controlling user privileges, agencies can shut down the pathways that bad actors use most often to compromise federal systems. But, too often, access control has been fragmented because of government’s size and multiple locations. Agencies need a risk-based approach with a centralized and consolidated access control and credentialing strategy. CyberArk’s Blueprint approach offers just such a centralized vault approach that is automated and based on Zero Trust. It also offers free and easy-to-use tools to do a critical inventory of an agency’s systems.
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