Why Service Accounts Should be Part of Any Zero Trust Initiative (EMEA/APAC)

Presented by

Hed Kovetz, Silverfort CEO and Co-Founder; Dr. Chase Cunningham, former Forrester VP and Principal Analyst

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Silverfort Presents: Why Service Accounts Should be Part of Any Zero Trust Initiative With hundreds or even thousands of unsupervised, highly-privileged service accounts running in any modern organization, and given the difficulties of securing them, they often become a prime target for attackers. In the third of our four-part series, Dr. Chase Cunningham will explain why service accounts, used for machine-to-machine access, must be included in any Zero Trust initiative. Hed Kovetz will explain how Silverfort is automatically discovering, monitoring and securing these sensitive non-human accounts with self-learning Zero Trust policies, without requiring password changes. Topics covered in this series: • Why Unified IAM Visibility and Control is Key for Zero Trust Security • The Importance of Risk Analysis and Adaptive Policies in Zero Trust Security • Why Service Accounts and Machine-to-Machine Access Should be Part of Any Zero Trust Initiative • Enabling Cloud Migration with Identity-Based Zero Trust (Originally recorded Dec 2020)

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Silverfort extends secure authentication and Zero Trust policies across all sensitive assets, on-premises or in the cloud, without agents or proxies. This includes systems and interfaces that couldn't be protected until today like IT infrastructure, homegrown and legacy applications, file shares, databases, IoT devices and more. In addition, Silverfort extends protection to interfaces and access tools that currently allow attackers to bypass all other MFA solutions (Remote PowerShell, PsExec, etc.)