Privilege Access Management
- Privileged Access Management (PAM) is a solution that helps organizations restricts privileged access within an existing information technology environment.
- Our Privileged Access Management solutions help organizations control, monitor, and audit privileged accounts.
Use PAM to:
- Reduce the attack surface by eliminating the sharing of privileged accounts and delegating permissions, without exposing credentials
- Monitor privileged user, session and file activities for unauthorized access and/or changes to key files and directories
- Analyze asset and user behavior to detect suspect and/or malicious activities of insiders and/or compromised accounts.
Network Access Control
Network Access Control (NAC) is a concept of controlling access to an environment through strict adherence to and implementation of security policy. The goals of NAC are as follows:
- Prevent/reduce zero-day attacks
- Enforce security policy throughout the network
- Use identities to perform access control
The goals of NAC can be achieved through the use of strong detailed security policies that define all aspects of security control, filtering, prevention, detection, and response for every device from client to server and for every internal or external communication. NAC acts as an automated detection and response system that can react in real time to stop threats as they occur and before they cause damage or a breach.
Multi Factor Authentication
Multifactor authentication is any authentication using two or more factors. Two-factor authentication requires two different factors to provide authentication. For example, when using a debit card at the grocery store, you must usually swipe the card (something you have) and enter a PIN (something you know) to complete the transaction. Similarly, smartcards typically require users to insert their card into a reader and also enter a PIN. As a general rule, using more types or factors results in more secure authentication.