Earlier this month, Zero-Trust Privilege provider Centrify introduced its security solutions in the Philippines, which aims to secure modern enterprise attack surface and make the most of Privileged Access Management.
Centrify Zero Trust Privilege helps customers grant the least privilege access based on verifying who is requesting access, the context of the request, and the risk of the access environment. By implementing least privilege access, Centrify minimizes the attack surface, improves audit and compliance visibility, and reduces risk, complexity, and costs for the modern, hybrid enterprise.
Have you read “Survey: 80% of breaches caused by privileged credential abuse”?
“Forrester PIM Wave 2018 Report” presented by Forrester Research Inc. reported that 80% of data breaches involve privileged credential misuse or abuse.
Data breaches have become commonplace and only the high-profile data breaches now make it in the news. Cybercriminals have become more sophisticated in penetrating networks and are able to devise ways of gaining access to sensitive and classified corporate information.
However, hackers found out that privileged access is one of the easiest ways to reach sensitive and potentially valuable information that can then be exploited.
To enable enterprises to secure their data, Centrify is making its Free Tier Vault available for Philippine enterprises. Centrify Privileged Access and Brokered Authentication Services are available at AWS Marketplace. These are designed to secure access to hybrid cloud infrastructure and take the first step to adopt Zero Trust Privilege.
Also, Centrify’s Privileged Access Service is free for up to 50 registered systems and their associated service accounts.
Industry analyst Gartner has positioned Centrify in the Leaders quadrant of the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Privileged Access Management. The report evaluated 14 vendors based on completeness of vision and ability to execute.