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Your privileged accounts are hackers favorite target. Privileged account passwords for domain admin accounts, root accounts, superuser accounts, and more, are the preferred targets for hackers these days and are often left undiscovered on your network. Why? Because they give them the “keys to the kingdom,” allowing them to gain access to your most sensitive and critical information.
If you haven’t got a privileged account management (PAM) security solution in place, attackers can take your credentials and start acting like a trusted user.
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