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 towards a password free future that will rely more heavily on solutions like Multi-factor Authentication (MFA).
This webinar, led by David Dingwall, Senior CyberSecurity Strategist, 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 Powertech Identity & Access Manager (BoKS) to find out if you’re ready to transform your server environment into one streamlined managed security domain.