Not all access is created equal. Recent cyber attacks and data breaches have made this abundantly clear as we’ve seen hackers target hospitals, critical infrastructure, supply chains, and other critical, high-risk assets. To protect against imminent cyber threats, organizations need to secure their most valuable assets and the access points that lead to them.
That’s the key concept behind critical access management: protecting the access and assets that are most crucial and high risk to an organization. Critical access management empowers organizations to mitigate cyber threats, be proactive in cybersecurity efforts, recognize vulnerabilities and weaknesses in access security, and maintains compliance.
In this eBook, we’ll take a deep dive into critical access management and cover:
● Past breaches that make critical access management a necessity
● The definition of critical access and the three pillars of critical access management: access governance, access control, and access monitoring
● How to identify the high-risk, critical access points and assets in your organization
● Technology and tools to help you implement critical access management