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Centrify sends warning about privileged access abuse

Privileged access abuse is one of the biggest dangers

Centrify sends warning about privileged access abuse

Centrify is demonstrating how organisations can implement Zero Trust Privilege to minimise the attack surface, improve audit and compliance visibility, and reduce risk, complexity and costs for the modern, hybrid enterprise.

“The leading cause of most data breaches today is privileged access abuse. Cyber attacks will only grow in virulence and volume until they truly prioritise privileged access management. Centrify plans to show visitors how their organisations can significantly strengthen their security posture and greatly reduce the risk of a breach by controlling privileged access and minimising the attack surface,” Andy Heather, general manager EMEA, Centrify.

By deploying Zero Trust Privilege, firms can address the number one cause of today’s data breaches, and minimise the impact of attacks by preventing the threat actor from running wild or at least moving laterally within the organisation. Centrify’s cloud ready, Zero Trust Privilege helps organisations secure access to infrastructure, DevOps, cloud, containers, big data, and other modern attack surfaces.

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