Delinea is a leading provider of privileged access management (PAM) solutions that make security seamless for the modern, hybrid enterprise. Our solutions empower organizations to secure critical data, devices, code, and cloud infrastructure to help reduce risk, ensure compliance, and simplify security. Delinea removes complexity and defines the boundaries of access for thousands of customers worldwide, including over half of the Fortune 100. Our customers range from small businesses to the world’s largest financial institutions, intelligence agencies, and critical infrastructure companies.
As organizations continue their digital transformations and move to the cloud, they are faced with increasingly complex privileged access requirements for the expanded threatscape. But the opposite of complex isn’t simple – it’s seamless. At Delinea, we believe every user should be treated like a privileged user and wants seamless, secure access, even as administrators want privileged access controls without excess complexity. Our solutions put privileged access at the center of cybersecurity by defining the boundaries of access.
Secur is a Delinea Platinium partner based in South Africa, offering Delinea implementation, integration and support services, these services can be offered even in Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Kenya and Nigeria
With Delinea, privileged access is more accessible.
Get to know our industry-leading privileged access management solutions:
– Delinea Secret Server: Secure privileges for service, application, root, and administrator accounts across your enterprise with our enterprise-grade PAM solution. Available both on-premise or in the cloud.
– Delinea Cloud Suite: A unified PAM platform for managing privileged access in multi-cloud infrastructure to seamlessly secure access and protect against identity-based cyberattacks.
– Delinea Server Suite: Secure and comprehensive access control to on-premises infrastructure, centrally managed from Active Directory, minimizing risk across all Linux, UNIX, and Windows systems.
Security regulations across industries and geographies require Privileged Access Management
Compliance frameworks require accountability through authentication and control of access. Security compliance audits are a stressful, time-consuming effort for many companies. PAM software can streamline the process by automatically verifying privileged identities, limiting access to sensitive information, and curtailing an attacker’s ability to circulate throughout your IT environment.
Plus, PAM solutions create an immutable audit trial to demonstrate that required controls are in place and effective.
Effective privilege management helps you pass compliance audits and reduce your cyber risk.
Enterprise password management
Compliance mandates require that all passwords be complex, changed regularly, and stored in a secure way. If privileged users are expected to manage passwords manually to meet security compliance requirements, they often fail to meet requirements.
To pass an audit, you must implement and enforce granular limitations on access privileges for systems and data. Unknown, unmanaged, and unprotected Privileged Accounts violate compliance mandates.
PAM automates password management for enterprise-wide compliance with corporate and regulatory mandates.
Protection for workstations
Compliance for compliance sake is not the goal. The real goal is effective security against rising cyber threats. Compliance mandates recognize the need to secure user workstations, as these are often a prime entry point for cyber attacks.
With PAM you can deploy endpoint protection for workstations that includes management of local privileged accounts and applications, just-in-time, just-enough privilege elevation, and detailed auditing of privileged activities.
Identity and access management for servers
Compliance frameworks highlight identity security, multi-factor authentication, and granular, least privilege access as essential cybersecurity controls.
Audit logs and session recordings to demonstrate compliance
Data gathering can often form a large portion of the audit process. By monitoring and recording privileged sessions with enterprise PAM, you can capture events and ensure there are no visibility gaps. Automated, centralized reporting saves you time pulling together documentation to show auditors.
Secret Server helps you meet regulatory requirements and demonstrate compliance to satisfy internal and external auditors. Out-of-the-box and custom reporting features save time and make executive reviews and audits painless.
Dynamically rotate passwords for privileged accounts
Rotating passwords regularly and on-demand can help identify potential privileged account abuse by luring attackers into revealing themselves. Rotate passwords whenever possible for non-human privileged accounts and shared privileged accounts, especially after they have been used or disclosed.
Automation of password rotation creates a proven, repeatable process that can be applied consistently so security requirements aren’t forgotten. Advanced PAM solutions are constantly on guard. They continuously check for issues and, troubleshoot them right away.
Privileged Access Management and your Zero Trust journey
ChallengeYou can’t rely on a network perimeter to separate trusted insiders from untrusted outsiders.
RiskStanding privileges and broad access rights invite data breaches and cyber-attacks.
Zero Trust reduces cyber risk and lowers the cost of a data breach by 42%, according to IBM.
What is Zero Trust Security?
Regulatory bodies, government agencies, and CIOs are mandating Zero Trust as a cyber security framework. What does Zero Trust mean for your security strategy?
With a Zero Trust security model, nobody is trusted automatically, even when they’ve cleared the perimeter. Instead, all identities are verified, minimum access is granted based on context, and activities are monitored to make sure controls are working as expected.
How do you achieve the Zero Trust vision?
The Zero Trust model requires multiple security controls throughout an IT environment to protect and manage identities, devices, networks, applications, and data.
PAM capabilities such as verifying identities, adopting multi-factor authentication (MFA), and enforcing least privilege are essential capabilities to address Zero Trust challenges.
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