Over a third of all identity-related breaches involve privileged accounts. To tackle this cybersecurity provision gap, increasingly businesses are choosing to undertake Privileged Access Management (PAM) projects.
Unfortunately, PAM projects, which form an important element of Identity & Access Management (IAM) strategies, are often hindered by oversights and mistakes which diminish their effectiveness, and in some cases stop the deployment altogether.
In this guide, we run through four common pitfalls businesses have to navigate to get PAM right. Plus, we've included first-hand insights on managing a successful PAM rollout from Matt Smith, Director of Cyber & Information Security at St James’s Place, as first discussed at our virtual event Risky Business 2022.
Specifically, we explore:
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