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5 Myths of Privileged Access Management for the Modern Enterprise

August 29, 2019 | 2:00 PM

Can your legacy PAM adapt to secure your entire hybrid enterprise? We’ll debunk top myths to help you uncover the facts.

5 Myths of Privileged Access Management for the Modern Enterprise

IT professionals engaged in cloud migration projects are legitimately concerned about security.

Their organizations may have deployed a Privileged Access Management (PAM) solution to secure on-premises infrastructure yet worry remains whether legacy PAM can adapt to secure the entire hybrid enterprise.

But with information overload it is hard to tell fact from fiction. To help uncover the facts, we’re hosting a webinar on August 29th where we’ll debunk these top Privileged Access Management myths:

  • Myth #1: PAM is simply a password vault. Right?
  • Myth #2: PAM can’t address modern hybrid cloud infrastructures
  • Myth #3: Legacy password vaults are good enough
  • Myth #4: A hybrid cloud PAM model requires a rip-and-replace and is cost prohibitive
  • Myth #5: PAM can’t help with newer attack tactics such as ransomware

You’ll get the recording and slides even if you don’t show up, so register today for this complimentary webinar HERE.



As organizations continue their digital transformation journeys, they struggle to manage identities that are fragmented across hybrid- and multi-cloud environments, resulting in data breaches, audit findings, and unnecessary overhead costs. Centrify Identity-Centric PAM addresses this challenge with a cloud-native solution that simplifies privilege management by centralizing identities, and establishes a per-machine root of trust. Administrative management and access is seamless, security and co