Over the last few years, it’s become evident that cyber-attackers are no longer “hacking” to carry out data breaches — they are simply logging in by exploiting weak, default, stolen, or otherwise compromised privileged credentials. To add to this challenge, the attack surface of organizations has changed dramatically. Today, privileged access management is not only relevant for infrastructure, databases, and network devices, but extended to cloud environments, Big Data, DevOps, containers, applications, services, and more. Considering both internal and external identity-based threats, IT organizations must take a first step towards Identity-Centric PAM by vaulting away shared account and application passwords, as well as secrets. With the growth of mobile workforces, outsourced IT, and third-party contractors, it is also vital to ensure remote access is legitimate and isolate internal systems from external user devices to avoid infections during remote sessions. The Centrify Privileged Access Service data sheet outlines how organizations can establish core privileged access controls across their growing attack surface.