Privileged accounts are those with special permissions on a system, application, database or any other asset that can be used to perform any administration activity (E.g. changing the configuration), or have full access to the data. Failing to manage and monitor the usage of the privilege accounts in a corporate environment or an organization could have serious consequences.
Once hackers or malicious actors find a way to get into a system or a network, they will be looking to compromise a privilege account to get access to those systems and information that they are not authorized. Privilege Account Management is an important topic in Cyber Security and a requirements for a lot of regulatory and compliance frameworks.
In this course you will learn about :
- Privileged accounts and credentials management, what they are, why they are important and different types
- Privilege credentials security considerations
- Implement and Usage of password manager solutions
- Privilege Account Management (PAM) or Privilege Account and Session Management (PASM) solutions
- Building a lab environment for testing PAM solutions
- Implement and Configure a PAM solution
- Onboard systems and credentials on the PAM solution (Windows, Linux, Web)
- Utilise important PAM capabilities like remote access, sessions recording, audit, automated password changing, etc.
- Review privilege credential usage, reporting and auditing requirements
- Best practices to implement PAM solutions
Who this course is for:
- Security administrators, security professionals, infrastructure administrators, security architects, IT architects, security operators
- Basic IT skills
Last Updated 12/2021
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