Privileged Accounts

Most organizations rely upon key assets like servers and databases, on premise or in the cloud, to run their day-to-day business. Privileged accounts provide virtually unlimited access to these systems and are typically used to configure and manage critical assets. All privileged accounts should be protected and usage should be monitored and audited.

Privileged accounts provide administrative or specialized levels of access based on higher levels of permissions. The most common types of privileged accounts are:

  • Local Admin Accounts
  • Privileged User Accounts
  • Domain Admin Accounts
  • Emergency Accounts
  • Service Accounts
  • Application Accounts

Privileged Access Management (PAM) has become a key component of the enterprise security stack for managing privileged accounts. RevBits PAM extends privileged access management to include privileged session management, service account management, web application access management, third-party access management, full-featured password management, certificate management, key management, and more. Its modern architecture combines PAM servers, jump servers and native clients for a secure and easily managed solution, wherever the corporate perimeter is, and scales to meet growing security requirements.

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