4 Questions to Ask When Evaluating an Endpoint Privilege Manager

May 11, 2022

Threat actors like to target privileged Windows, macOS and Linux admin accounts and put endpoint security to the test. But an endpoint privilege manager (EPM) can help reduce the risk of cyber attacks by implementing foundational endpoint security controls, removing local admin rights and enforcing least privilege.
But what should IT security teams look for when investigating EPM solutions? This infographic will guide you in the four capabilities an EPM solution must include:
• Local admin rights removal
• Enforcement of least privilege
• Pre-defined policies to help stop ransomware
• Safeguard credentials
Find out the questions you need to ask to separate the EPM contenders from the EPM pretenders and boost your security posture.re

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