Privileged access management (PAM) is a fundamental security requirement for healthcare. Your internal security team, outside auditors and now your cyber insurance provider all need to know how you are managing privileged access.
A PAM solution, which is a key component to an overall digital identity strategy, helps organizations protect their most privileged, core data by managing entitlements, authentication, and access. Hospitals today are well aware of their need to manage digital identities to control access to protected health information (PHI) and other sensitive data but may not have added the in-depth tools needed to manage access to core resources, such as servers and other network devices, databases, and proprietary environments.
In this webinar, Wes Wright, CTO at Imprivata, and Peter Senescu, Product Founder at Imprivata, discuss the varying levels of access management available today, and why this deepest level of control is necessary to protect against ransomware and other cybersecurity threats and allow organizations to:
- Easily discover privileged accounts on systems, devices and applications for subsequent management.
- Automatically randomize, manage and vault passwords and other credentials for administrative, service and application accounts.
- Control access to privileged accounts, including shared and emergency access accounts.
- Isolate, monitor, record and audit privileged access sessions, commands and actions.