Privileged Access Management (PAM) as a Service could be a big improvement for organizations that don’t have resources to deploy and maintain an on-premises PAM solution. And while some organizations either prefer, or have strict mandates that require critical security solutions to remain with the confines of the four walls of their data center, PAM as a Service is a good way for organizations to get a foundational security solution up and running faster and easier than ever, all in a cost-effective manner. In this technical session, we will present some of the key differences between the two consumption models, to better educate you in the early stages of considering a PAM program.
In this 30-minute on-demand webcast, we will help you understand that PAM has evolved beyond just password ...
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