Security is
Not Secure

Spent On
Security in 2016
Still Breached

Rethink the way security is done.

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Identity Is the Top Vector of Attack

It’s Time to
Rethink Passwords

For years, we’ve relied on a well-defined boundary to protect our assets. We knew where the perimeters of our networks and endpoints were, and kept our important assets on the safe side. But things are changing — the world as we know it is an increasingly complex digital canvas of identities, that live in and out of the enterprise changing the perimeter of the network — to no perimeter at all.



Breaches involve weak, default or stolen passwords (Verizon)
Breaches involve privileged credential misuse (Forrester)

This New Threatscape Requires a Paradigm Shift

Centrify redefines security from a legacy static perimeter based approach, to protecting millions of scattered connections in a boundaryless hybrid enterprise.

Paradigm Shift #1

Secure Access for All Enterprise Identities

Traditional security measures fail to safeguard against breaches. In order to avoid financial and reputational ruin
organizations must rethink their approaches to security.

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Paradigm Shift #2

Need to Secure Identities Everywhere

The hybrid enterprise is boundaryless with millions of scatter connections that live in and out of your enterprise.
Protect identities as they access applications, endpoints, and infrastructure — both on-premise and in the cloud.

Stop Breaches That

Abuse Privileged Access

Too many accounts
Too much privilege
Stolen credentials
Heterogeneous infrastructure
Remote IT admins
IaaS adoption
Regulatory compliance

Stop Breaches That

Target Applications

So many apps
Too many accounts
Increasingly in the cloud
Self-managed passwords
Passwords reuse and unsafe practices
Phishing and other human error
Time to productivity
Remote access

Stop Breaches That

Start on Endpoints

Bring Your Own Device
Remote workers
Too many apps
Local administrators
Weak authentication
Access context and trust

Paradigm Shift #3

Adopt Identity Best Practices

Companies that develop approaches that closely scrutinize and secure both regular and privileged access are more likely to say they have never been breached than those who adopt fewer IAM best practices.



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Too Many Passwords

Too Much Privilege


Establish Identity Assurance

Consolidate Identities

SSO Everywhere

MFA Everywhere

Behavior-based Access


Limit Lateral Movement

Establish Access Zones

Trusted Endpoints

Minimize VPN Access

No DevOps Passwords


Enforce Least Privilege

Just Enough Privilege

Don’t Break Glass

Just-in-Time Privilege

Lifecycle Management


Audit Everything

Advanced Session Monitoring

Analyze Access Risk

Integrate with SIEM

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We Are Redefining Security

Centrify Identity Services

Centrify Identity Services protects against the leading point of attack used in data breaches — compromised credentials — by securing an enterprise’s internal and external users as well as its privileged accounts.
The Breach Stops Here