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  • Technology lecture
  • Knowledge Forum E
  • Cloud Security
  • Endpoint Protection
  • Identity and access management
  • Secure Homeoffice
  • Websecurity / VPN

What is VPAM (Vendor Privileged Access Management)?

This speaker session explains the core features of VPAM and how a secure remote access solution should look like.

10/26/2022 10:45:00 AM – 10/26/2022 11:00:00 AM
On site
  • Technology lecture
  • Knowledge Forum E

This speaker session explains the core features of VPAM and how a secure remote access solution should look like.

Language: German

Questions and Answers: No

Action description

 

Vendors routinely connect remotely to your systems. The typical methodologies used for vendor access mean organizations must live with a lack of visibility and granular control over that access. Sometimes, vendors use technologies, such as VPNs (Virtual Private Networks).

How do you ensure vendors are not bringing malware into your environment, using their access inappropriately, or making errors that could introduce excessive risk?
Vendor Privileged Access Management (VPAM) enables vendor identities to securely access an organization’s assets. The role of VPAM is to extend privileged access security best practices beyond the perimeter, to all vendor access that touches the enterprise. This means VPAM applies the principle of least privilege (PoLP) to vendor remote access.


Learn more in this speaker session about:

• Vendor identity and access-related risks
• The building blocks of VPAM
• Why VPAM is more than the sum of its parts
• Core capabilities that differentiate VPAM from traditional PAM (Privileged Access Management),
• What a holistic vendor remote access solution should look like

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This action is part of the event it-sa Expo 2022