With Privileged Identity Management (PIM) done well, you reduce risk, enhance efficiency, meet compliance needs, and build a strong cyber defense behind the firewall. Every unmanaged privileged identity is a risk not worth taking. PIM mitigates that risk by both managing the credential where it lives and controlling who can use the credential at all times.
Like everything else, PIM must start somewhere. How you start will often dictate how well you may do in the end. We’ve identified the ways our most successful customers have started out and distilled this into a set of best practices for the start of your PIM journey.
We start with a quick list of all the best practices we’ve collected from decades of experience helping customers. Then we dive into each of these practices to give you practical insight on how you can put them into action.
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