White Paper: 5 key success factors for a successful PAM deployment
For many of us, cybersecurity, and in particular Privileged Access Management (PAM), seems like a technical topic. From an executive’s perspective, it’s about ensuring the security of data and accounts by granting “privileges” to users (human or machine) only on the systems they are authorized to access. Yet, technically, PAM solutions are complex and must be part of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy.
This is probably why the responsibility for implementing any PAM solution usually falls to IT.
There are many benefits to implementing a PAM solution, such as identity theft prevention, lateral movement and more, and it’s worth noting that the reason organizations use PAM solutions is because 80% of cyberattacks are through privileged accounts.
Considering a project to deploy a Privileged Account Management (PAM) solution? Ignimission has identified 5 key success factors to consider in the early stages of your project to ensure its success: change management, KPI definition, user onboarding, error resolution and application lifecycle management.
In this white paper, you will discover how to approach your PAM project more serenely. We focus mainly on organizational processes, strategies to consider and other non-technical challenges associated with the deployment of a PAM solution.