Privileged Account and Session Management (PASM) tools, better known as password vaulting, are a type of PAM solution that restricts user access to IT systems and protects an organization’s data. Some organizations implement password vaulting technology to get started with managing privilege. However, as an infrastructure becomes more multifaceted, additional solutions that utilize other access management strategies should be integrated to maintain speed and security. This is where another type of Privileged Access Management software comes in--Privilege Elevation and Delegation Management (PEDM).
Researching PEDM software is one thing—reading all the details about features and functionality can be immensely helpful when considering a purchase. However, there is something particularly valuable in reading about a real-world example of a successful implementation. Read on to learn how one company benefitted from incorporating Powertech Identity & Access Manager (BoKS), a PEDM solution, into their security portfolio.