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OH SSH IT! Where Are My SSH Keys?

Unused or unmonitored SSH keys grant alarming levels of privileged access. If you are not hyper-vigilant, SSH keys can become vulnerable, and even walk out the door with prior employees—whether maliciously or innocently. When that happens, cyber criminals or malicious insiders can misuse your SSH keys to gain privileged access to your critical systems and data.

Join fellow information security and system admins, managers, directors, architects, and consultants on this webinar to learn:

• The biggest risks facing your SSH inventory
• Strategies for preventing the misuse of SSH keys
• Five actions that will immediately improve SSH security
Recorded Oct 11 2017 40 mins
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    Paul Turner, CTO, Server Products
    Unused or unmonitored SSH keys grant alarming levels of privileged access. If you are not hyper-vigilant, SSH keys can become vulnerable, and even walk out the door with prior employees—whether maliciously or innocently. When that happens, cyber criminals or malicious insiders can misuse your SSH keys to gain privileged access to your critical systems and data.

    Join fellow information security and system admins, managers, directors, architects, and consultants on this webinar to learn:

    • The biggest risks facing your SSH inventory
    • Strategies for preventing the misuse of SSH keys
    • Five actions that will immediately improve SSH security
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