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Nihon Cyber Defence


Privileged Access Management

Advanced security intelligence to
help you protect your business

Why PAM+?

The definition of insanity is repeating the same approach over and over and expecting different results. Despite proof like the Verizon DBIR quoting >80% of successful attacks utilized privileged credentials, many still feel their admin access is protected using a legacy privilege access management (PAM) solution. 

PAM+ is a completely new way to contextualize privilege identities within the scope of a cyber attack that breaks this model. It shows a new way of tackling an age-old, and truly unsolved problem.

What Separates Remediant PAM+™ From The Rest

Zero-Standing Privilege (ZSP)
  • Remove all admins from all endpoints. Removing this access eliminates privilege sprawl, a key requirement for a successful cyber attack.
  • Implicit enforcement of Zero Trust privilege model by removing implicit trust at each endpoint.
Real-time Lateral Movement Attack Prevention
  • Zero Standing Privilege technology requires user to use MFA for Just-in-Time resource access as needed to complete their task.
  • Eliminate blind spots in legacy PAM solutions by preventing 24×7 administrative access sprawl outside the vault.
Persistent Stolen Credential Protection
  • Protect against ransomware, malware, and other external attacks that leverage stolen or misused credentials to land and expand.
  • Enrich contextual information about compromised privileged accounts to prioritize incident response and remediation.

PAM+ at the Speed of Business

Read the customer success story of how a Remediant PAM+™ strategy helped a multi-state banking institution meet new PAM-specific cyber insurance requirements in six weeks. Deployment of a Remediant PAM+™ approach helped the customer: 

  • Utilize Zero Standing Privilege (ZSP) for all Endpoints
  • Leverage Just-in-Time Access (JITA) Instead of Vaulting
  • Realize Rapid Return on Investment.

Security protection that cyber insurers care about

Ransomware attacks have become more frequent in 2022. According to Marsh Re, 71% of surveyed organizations fell victim to ransomware or a cyber attack causing fraud or breach of data. As the number of attacks rises, so are the ransom amounts, increasing the cost to organizations by 82%.

After factoring in response costs, judgments, and/or fines, it’s no surprise that cyber liability insurance carriers have raised premiums, requiring stricter security controls from their clients before providing coverage, and sometimes even shedding existing customers.