Zero trust data security
Zero trust data security is a security model that assumes all users, devices, and network traffic are untrusted and must be verified before granting access to applications. This approach emphasizes continuous evaluation and verification based on the user's identity, device health, location, and other contextual information, to prevent data breaches and ensure strong protection against cyber threats.
Unfortunately, many applications don't support identity standards like the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) and the System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) specification. Without native support for these standards, applications either can't work with many PAM solutions or require expensive integrations.
Cerby allows you to manage all your SaaS administrator accounts, rotate credentials, and monitor and audit privileged account activities. In this guide, you'll learn about different PAM tools, the challenges, and the players.
Secure privileged accounts
Not all accounts are created equal. Some come with administrative permissions that put sensitive data at risk when in the wrong hands. With Cerby, you can help protect your business from bad actors, mistakes, and data breaches.