Centralized access management: Control privileged Linux accounts

The Essentials: Privileged Access Management

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Administrator accounts have privileges to access any data and execute any application, typically with little or no tracking or control. On top of that, these accounts aren’t always tied to specific individuals and can be used to do virtually anything.

This white paper explores how you can effectively control privileged UNIX and Linux accounts using centralized access management. Learn what it really takes to protect privileged accounts and find out what your options are for enabling capabilities, like:

  • Centralized administration of user accounts across servers
  • Contextual authentication
  • Granular authorization and control
  • And more 
Vendor:
HelpSystems
Posted:
28 Jun 2018
Published:
28 Jun 2018
Format:
PDF
Length:
7 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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