Since 2000, most Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions have led with 'password-first' approaches, primarily with the implementation of centralized Password Vaults. These days, new compliance requirements are driving us toward a password free future that will rely more heavily on solutions like Multi-factor Authentication (MFA).
This webinar explores the changes in the way systems are deployed, providing a current view of Privileged Access Management in a world without passwords, and will demonstrate how this makes your DevOps life easier. Topics include:
- NYDFS compliance, SWIFT 1/1/2020 regulatory changes that have made MFA mandatory for system access, and updates to US Government G-Cloud infrastructures
- Centralized control of SSH host and user keys, rather than open access to ssh-keygen which require significant discovery, remediation, and audit reporting
- Operational efficiencies of Centralized PAM security policy integration and MFA, rather than Add-On MFA solutions slowing your staff down in day to day tasks
- Vendor, regulators, and government forecasted death of passwords as an authentication mechanism by January 2020
Watch a demo of Core Privileged Access Manager (BoKS) to find out if you’re ready to transform your server environment into one streamlined managed security domain.