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GRANT JUST ENOUGH PRIVILEGE ACCESS.
ONLY AS NEEDED.

Least Privilege Access based on Just Enough, Just-in-Time Privileged Access Management (JIT PAM) is a best practice. The concept of least privilege is to only provide the needed level of privilege to perform a certain task, and only for the amount of time necessary to perform that task. The goal is to leave zero standing privileges.

Enforcing least privilege allows organizations to minimize the attack surface and improve audit and compliance visibility while also reducing risk, complexity, and costs for the modern, hybrid enterprise.

Watch this on-demand CyberCast to learn more about the benefits of a Just Enough, Just-in-Time (JIT) approach and more Privileged Access Management (PAM) best practices:

  • Temporary, time-based role assignment
  • Dynamic access controls
  • Zero standing privilege
  • Identity-Centric Privileged Access Management

Speakers

Brad Shewmake

Brad Shewmake
Director of Corporate Communications
Centrify

Chris Owen

Chris Owen
Director of Product Management
Centrify