Uncontrolled Privilege Creep – The Danger Within

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McAfee and Avecto

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“Privilege Creep” is defined as the gradual dissemination of admin rights for standard users. While organizations enable privileged accounts to meet specific business requirements, “privilege creep” exposes the company to malware risk, compliance litigation and increased operational costs. This session discusses the hidden internal dangers of “privilege creep”. It offers an integrated approach to solving the “privilege creep” problem including: • How to introduce granular levels of control improving security, productivity and achieving compliance • Using McAfee ePO to provide reports and audit trails of privileged activity • Ensuring user productivity and experience within the standard user function

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