Privileged Account Access Management: Why Sudo Is No Longer Enough
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Sudo is a free open-source access control tool that requires costly and labor-intensive custom configuration to meet privilege access management and compliance requirements.

Sudo may be a reasonable solution for controlling privileged accounts for organizations with small server infrastructures, but it lacks the administration efficiencies, architectural vision, and security-related compliance requirements that are needed to effectively protect critical assets for organizations running hundreds and thousands of diverse Unix and Linux servers. There are six primary challenges with using sudo to control privileged accounts.

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