Securing Privilege Accounts: A new approach to Stopping Advanced Attacks
Research has shown that organisations typically have 3-4 times as many privileged accounts as employees. What all of these accounts have in common is that they act as a gateway to an organisation's most sensitive data. Unfortunately, the management and monitoring of privileged accounts is not a key priority in many organisations due to their other seemingly more critical aspects of running an organisation.
Join CyberArk and (ISC)2 on Thursday, Nov 26, 2015 at 2:00PM (GMT+8) as Mr Z. H. Tan will deconstruct recent attacks to demonstrate how the commonly traveled "privileged pathway" is a fast pass to your organisation's most sensitive data or operations, whether on-premise or in the cloud. Traditionally thought of as a vulnerability for insider-based attacks only, privileged accounts are increasingly being used by cyber attackers to perpetrate some of the most devastating advanced attacks.
RecordedNov 26 201559 mins
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