Privileged Account and Session Management (PASM) tools, better known as password vaulting, are a type of Privileged Access Management (PAM) solution that restricts user access to IT systems and protects an organization’s data. While some organizations have implemented password vaulting technology to manage privilege, additional solutions that leverage other stronger access management strategies should be considered as an infrastructure becomes more complex.
This is where another type of PAM solution comes in—Privilege Elevation and Delegation Management (PEDM). Many organizations wonder whether PASM or PEDM is the best approach for their business. Both seek to reduce the risk of accidental breaches through access administration, but their approaches differ when it comes to accounts and passwords, privilege, and monitoring.
Check out this on-demand webinar where we examine the different approaches of PASM and PEDM, and explores how alternatives to password vaulting can contribute to a comprehensive security approach in your multi-vendor Linux or UNIX organization. This on-demand webinar examines:
- How PASM and PEDM differ in the way they protect privileged accounts
- Why there are advantages to password vault alternatives for organizations today
- How to leverage PEDM solutions as an alternative approach in your business
See Core Privileged Access Manager (BoKS) in Action
View this on-demand demo video to see how Core Privileged Access Manager (BoKS) can transform your multi-vendor server environment into one centrally managed security domain.