Zero Trust and Privileged Security for Hybrid AD

Learn How Zero Trust and Least Privilege Can Secure Access to Your Critical Resources.

With the majority of large corporations using Active Directory (AD) and Azure AD to control user permissions and access, it is one of first places attackers look for weakness. And now that privileged access management (PAM) is a growing aspect of AD, it is becoming a critical part of any operational and security strategy for privileged resources. Unfortunately, native AD/AAD tools lack adequate management of admin accounts.

However, there is hope. It is possible to secure the AD and AAD privileged accounts. Read our white paper, Zero Trust and Privileged Security for Active Directory, to learn details about two proven methods for implementing privileged access management (PAM) in hybrid AD environments.

• The first is Zero Trust where you eliminate shared admin passwords. Users are authenticated individually and dynamically for every administrative action.
• The second approach is Least Privilege, which is issuing just enough permission for an admin to effectively do their job –no more, and no less.

Read the white paper to learn how you can enable Zero Trust in your hybrid AD environment.