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Managing the Risk of Privileged Accounts and Privileged Passwords in Defense Organizations

White Paper Published By: Dell Security
Dell Security
Published:  Mar 29, 2016
Type:  White Paper
Length:  5 pages

Even IT environments that have two-factor authentication in place must still deal with passwords: service account passwords, local account passwords, Windows local administrator passwords and Unix/Linux root account passwords. Managing them in a way that meets requirements can be a tedious full-time job and can make even a simple job, such as applying a hotfix, a complex, multi-step process that introduces far too much risk.

With Dell One Identity Privileged Password Manager and Privileged Session Manager, managing privileged passwords is easy and far more secure. This white paper explains how.



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risk management, dell, dell privileged session manager, privileged passwords, two-factor authentication

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