INSIDER THREAT PROTECTION
Don’t compromise security or productivity. Grant access the second it’s needed and take it away the second it’s not.
INSIDE THREATS ARE ALL TOO COMMON
Contractors. Disgruntled former employees. Your most-trusted team members. Even if they mean no harm, the people closest to your business can sometimes do the most damage.
The average cost of an insider breach.*
The average time it takes to identify insider threats.**
Of data breaches are caused primarily by insider threats.†
IMPLEMENT LEAST PRIVILEGE FOR THE MOST PROTECTION
Limit risk by giving access to only your authorized users for only what they need.
Strong Credential Management
Store privileged credentials in a secure, central repository that supports strong access controls, multi-factor authentication, and full auditability. Change these credentials automatically on a regular basis.
Session Isolation, Monitoring and Recording
Enable secure access and sessions from a centralized privileged access control point to prevent malware on infected endpoints from spreading to critical systems, and automate session monitoring, recording and full audit.
Implement the Principle of Least Privilege
Restrict user privileges based on role to limit intentional or accidental damage without compromising on productivity. Control applications to reduce the risk of users becoming exploited.
Detect Anomalous Activities
Monitor and analyze privileged user behavior and sessions to establish normal, allowed baseline to more easily identify anomalies that may indicate in-process attacks—and take action in real time.
Remote, vpn-less Access
Safely permit external vendors to access critical internal resources for only the right amount of time through just in time provisioning, without the need for VPNs passwords or agents.
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Mitigate risk from knowing or unknowing insider threats
Leverage real time threat analytics to increase protection
Proactively limit user privileges and control access
*SOURCE: The 2020 Cost of Insider Threats Global Report study from Ponemon Institute.