Manage, Control, and Audit the Use of Shared, Privileged, and Administrative Accounts
- Do you know how many privileged, shared, or generic identities exist within your IT infrastructure?
- Do you know who has access to these accounts and what they’re doing during administrative sessions?
- Are auditors requesting reports on entitlement to and usage of these identities?
The average enterprise includes thousands of privileged identities, accounts, and passwords. Manually managing and updating these is a time-consuming, costly and repetitive process. Administrative and application accounts (hard-coded, embedded credentials) can be found in network devices, servers, and software within an organization, including virtual environments, yet access to these accounts is unmonitored. Sharing of access to these accounts occurs frequently, so the system does not track WHO logged in, merely that a login occurred—a significant audit challenge.
Learn how to mitigate the risk of mismanagement of shared, privileged, and administrative accounts and how to address associated audit and compliance findings.