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Beazley Improves Security Compliance and Saves Time on Audits

Specialist insurer Beazley has exponentially more secrets than employees. The volume and variety of their privileged accounts made them difficult to manage and time-consuming to audit. An external security audit identified gaps in Beazley’s secrets management processes that opened the door to potential privileged account attacks. “The audit discovered privileged account passwords that hadn’t been … [Read more...]

Insurance Leader Rolls Out Enterprise PAM Strategy

One of my favorite parts of this job is speaking with our customers to understand why they chose our solutions, and how they are using them to solve their challenges.  Recently, I spoke with one of our customers who described Secret Server as his “favorite security tool!”  So, I thought I would share his story.  Insurance Leader Rolls Out Enterprise PAM Strategy When a national insurance … [Read more...]

Moving from on-premise to Privileged Access Management (PAM) in the cloud could be your next move

Are you considering moving from an on-premise PAM solution to one that delivers the security you expect for privileged credentials while still gaining the advantages of a cloud-based solution? If so, you’ll want to take a few tips from Tim Enders, Senior System Engineer at Loyola University Maryland’s Department of Technology Services—the Loyola University case study can be viewed here. About a … [Read more...]

Behind the Scenes: Endpoint Protection in the Cloud

The cloud has certainly been a game changer, driving innovation and growth.  Companies that adopted cloud services experienced a 20.7% average improvement in time to market, 18.8% average increase in process efficiency and a 15% reduction in IT spending. Together, these benefits led to a 19.6% increase in company growth. These savings and benefits, among many others, are driving 90% of companies … [Read more...]

Measurable Results of Service Account Privilege Management

It’s very easy for service accounts to fall off your radar. Virtually all organizations have some unknown service accounts and some have thousands. Why do service accounts get lost? An employee leaves and the account is simply abandoned. The account is used less and less until it becomes obsolete and forgotten. Default accounts are left in place but not used. Password management solutions alone … [Read more...]