Tag: CyberArk

Fill Skills Gaps by Partnering with CyberArk Experts

CyberArk Engineers
Demand for IT professionals continues to increase, causing the “skills gap” to grow wider than ever. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), by 2020, there will be one million more IT jobs available than qualified applicants to fill them. In a 2017 study by industry association CompTIA, 46 percent of executives said that skills shortcomings had gotten...

How to Facilitate the IT Audit Process with CyberArk

IT Audits
Many IT teams dread the arrival of auditors. Perhaps they lack a basic understanding of the IT audit process, and don’t know what the auditors are looking for. However, IT teams should recognize the importance of having a third party evaluate the organization’s overall security and compliance position, and facilitate the process through the use of tools such as...

What Is Privileged Session Management and Why Is It Important?

PSM
The critical first step in privileged account management (PAM) is to identify, consolidate, and lock down privileged credentials so only authorized users have access to them. However, this is only the first step. To be effective, PAM should include privileged session management as well as credential protection. Privileged session management is a security control involving the monitoring and recording...

How to Tap the Valuable Data in CyberArk’s Enterprise Password Vault

Clango Password Vault
A key feature of CyberArk’s Core Privileged Access solution is the Enterprise Password Vault. This vault reduces the risk that privileged account credentials will be compromised by providing a centralized location for managing user entitlements and passwords. It is designed to protect privileged identities throughout the IT environment, including DevOps, DevTest, on-premises, and cloud-based systems. It also provides privileged...

Automation Helps Meet Regulatory Requirements for Privileged Accounts

Automation
Privileged account security has become a focal point of many government and industry regulations. Take, for example, the latest version of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), which mandates security practices and controls that must be implemented by organizations that store, process, or transmit payment card data. PCI-DSS 3.2 requires that organizations change vendor-default passwords for privileged...