Privileged Access Management and Transparent Encryption

| August 14, 2018

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Not so long ago, it was much easier to protect your data. Perimeter defenses were in place and there were only so many ways in. Data came in from IT-approved, enterprise-controlled devices and applications. It lived on your servers and in storage arrays. It was protected by walling off the outsiders and trusting your insiders. But things have changed in a big way. Now, more data than ever is collected from more applications, users, devices and connected hardware, with dwindling amounts of it under enterprise control. New forms of doing business demand easy access from the outside.

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