Collaboration is essential in order to handle the diversity and complexity of the IT infrastructure required by today's digital transformation. This is particularly true when external contractors request access to critical infrastructure to provide maintenance to systems and equipment, and assist with critical systems setup.
When talking about Privileged Access Management, it’s important to focus on the real objective: to ensure that only the right person can access the right system at any given time. A password vault can easily handle that, but you really need more. It’s far more important to ensure that when someone accesses a target, this person does only what they are supposed to do, and nothing more.
With a new Bastion comes a new Access Manager. After the release of the Bastion 6.0 in February, the WALLIX team is very pleased to announce the new Access Manager 2.0.
Maintain a relationship of mutual confidence with your customer
As an external provider of IT services, whether you are ensuring the remote maintenance of critical equipment or managing a part, or the totality of a client's IT infrastructure, transparency is crucial.
Not only should you provide best-in-class technical services in a timely manner, but you must also comply with security and regulations, control and defend your costs, and you have to provide a high level of process and quality.
Because let’s face it, if a single thing goes wrong, each and every action you take will be under scrutiny.
A security audit is something that every single company with an internet connection, and that handles customer/individual data should be concerned with. Without elaborating more than necessary, recent regulations makes it, if not mandatory, at least strongly recommended to audit your IT security to ensure compliance.