Today, many organizations take a hybrid approach to IT infrastructure, expanding from traditional on-premises environments to increasingly host services and compute resources in the public cloud. For this approach to be secure organizations to have a responsible, strategic approach to securing all identities – both human and non-human – in the cloud. In fact, the most common cloud-related misconfiguration is over-permissioned accounts and roles. Working with CyberArk, the global leader in Identity security, combined with AWS Marketplace, empowers your organization to securely manage your identities, and transact with speed to support your organizations hybrid or cloud first strategy.
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