KACE Privilege Manager helps end users quickly elevate and manage their own user and administrative rights, yet maintain a least privileged, GDPRcompliant environment. It includes both pre-packaged and community elevation rules for you to address the most common needs.
Managing cybersecurity has become the most challenging ever mission in today's fast-growing security landscape. Undeniably, insider threat has been growing tremendously looking at day-to-day reported data breaches around the world. It's a trend and it will continue to grow rapidly. Privilege is the main key to IT infrastructure. As such, managing privileged access has become a priority milestone to achieve in the most organization’s cybersecurity blueprint. User endpoints like desktop or laptop are always the main interest point among attackers, allows them to penetrate into the entire corporate network. A security layer is required to isolate the network between users and servers, eliminating the direct access through user endpoints to greatly reduce the risk of attack surface.
MasterSAM Star Gate is designed to manage, secure and monitor privileged credential and access across the enterprise IT environment – either it’s on-premise data centre, on the cloud or hybrid infrastructure. This agent-less architecture enables organization to meet the compliance needs in a quick deployment model, supports wide coverage to systems/devices such as operating system, database, hypervisor, application, network and security devices. It offers built-in High Availability and Offline Secured Retrieval options to help organizations mitigating the risk of system access downtime, and ensure business impacts are minimized.
KACE Privilege Manager is ranked 29th in Privileged Access Management (PAM) while MasterSAM Star Gate is ranked 28th in Privileged Access Management (PAM). KACE Privilege Manager is rated 0.0, while MasterSAM Star Gate is rated 0.0. On the other hand, KACE Privilege Manager is most compared with , whereas MasterSAM Star Gate is most compared with .
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