Any corporation is subject to some type of cyberattack, and it is essential to have a system that defends and maintains data integrity.
According to a report by Fortinet Threat Intelligence, Brazil has suffered more than 24 billion cyberattack attempts in 2019, a fact that reinforces the need to have efficient solutions against this type of threat.
Preventing external attacks is already very common within companies, and according to the Verizon Data Risk Report, 34% of data breaches involve internal agents and 17% of all confidential files were accessible to all employees, which turns on a big alert for companies to protect themselves from insiders threats as well as external ones.
For this, it is recommended that some technology be implemented to efficiently monitor privileged access by employees. In order to help you with this task, we have separated 3 practices on how to protect your company from insiders threats, check them out:
1- Know who has access to privileged accounts
One of the biggest mistakes of companies is making privileged credentials available to many users, which directly affects data breaches and the risk of leaks through insiders threats.
You need to find out which people have access to protected environments, and ensure that people who do not need to access such environments have some kind of administrative credential, limiting the number of privileged users.
Ideally, credentials with a higher level of privilege should be controlled by those responsible for IT, so that there is no type of breach.
Learn More: So, what does Privileged Access Management mean?
2- Ensure user traceability
With the use of some technologies, you can know who, when, where, and what actions were taken by the user to perform a privileged session, in addition to limiting the actions that can be performed in the environment.
Some solutions alert and block the user who performs any improper action and provide session recording for analysis.
3- Third-party access
If any type of service provided to your company is outsourced, there must be some kind of protection.
Ideally, any type of access to company environments should be monitored through a VPN dedicated to a specific application for a predetermined time.
The best way to ensure that there are no loopholes for insiders threats in your company is by having a complete PAM password vault, which ensures protection from possible threats, monitors privileged sessions, and automates tasks.
senhasegura is one of the largest PAM solutions in the world according to Gartner. In addition to preventing data leaks and abuse of privilege and avoiding insiders threats, the solution is complete to guarantee protection against external threats. Moreover, the senhasegura implementation helps your organization to:
- Apply the Security aspect in your DevOps pipeline, ensuring DevSecOps;
- Perform the proper management of digital certificates;
- Comply with LGPD and GDPR;
- Ensure security in your Cloud environment.
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About Version 2
Version 2 is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.
Senhasegura strive to ensure the sovereignty of companies over actions and privileged information. To this end, we work against data theft through traceability of administrator actions on networks, servers, databases and a multitude of devices. In addition, we pursue compliance with auditing requirements and the most demanding standards, including PCI DSS, Sarbanes-Oxley, ISO 27001 and HIPAA.