65% OF BREACHES CAN BE TRACED BACK TO A THIRD PARTY
Many third parties, like vendors, contractors, and other non-staff members, are granted access to your internal networks and systems. This allows them to remotely administer your operating systems, databases, or applications using their own endpoint devices. But these vendors’ security processes and policies may not be up to your standards or they may not take care to protect these privileged credentials. Vetting third-parties is a challenge, and they can often be the biggest risk to your organization.
To help you build stronger vendor relationships and see the full benefits your third-parties can provide, Focal Point has developed its unique Privileged Remote Access (PRA) solution that leverages best-of-breed technology to deliver a unified, policy-driven approach to managing vendor identities and privileged access.
In many third-party relationships, sensitive information is exchanged and access to internal networks is provided. Even though the activities of these privileged users occur outside the direct control of your organization’s information security team, you must still contend with the onboarding and management of third-party users, the restriction and monitoring of privileged account access, and the enforcement of best security practices.
With this solution, your organization can now gain enhanced visibility, security, and control of third-party privileged account access.
This best-of-breed integration will improve your organization’s administrative efficiency through self-service registration, provide a comprehensive view of access and its associated privileged users, and establish consistent, automated governance controls to enforce third-party access policies and monitor sensitive system activity across the entire network.
Focal Point’s Privileged Remote Access solution takes advantage of CyberArk’s PAM toolset, extending it to your vendors and third parties by integrating with your identity governance and authentication services. Our solution has been deployed in a variety of software environments, including those with: