Thycotic Software, Ltd. Releases a Free Book


(Washington, D.C.) In the modern office; management solutions that address accessibility to computer servers, accessibility to applications and workplace compliance are more paramount than ever before.  Recently, Thycotic Software, Ltd. revealed that, it has a solution.  Thycotic has the solution, because, that is their specialization as a computer technology business.  In technology terms; the solution is P.A.M., or, privileged access management solutions.  Additionally, this solution is available to the general public, through, Thycotic’s free book.  This free book is entitled, Least Privilege Cybersecurity for Dummies. 

          Least Privilege Cybersecurity for Dummies, is a free book for I.T. professionals.  Additionally, it is intended as a starting point that, the I.T. guys at the office can implement.  This starting point is the solution to limiting and controlling privileges to computer servers, applications, endpoints and much more.  For the previously said; various types of controls are described, along with, tools.  The idea is to limit, or eliminate, the impact on the office’s productivity.  Joseph Carson is the author of the book, and, the Chief Security Scientist at Thycotic Software, Ltd.  Through a press statement, Mr. Carson said the following.  “More than 80 percent of breaches involve compromised IT and business user credentials such as IDs and passwords.  Because of this, organizations today are limiting privileged access to services, applications, data, and systems as a top priority.”

          As elaborated in, Least Privilege Cybersecurity for Dummies, the problem initiates with the individual worker.  For example; and in many circumstances, the worker or user doesn’t realize the type of access that, he or she has.  The worker or user, only knows that access is denied after, he or she has been denied access to something.  Oddly enough, from this starting point, the hackers and/or cyber criminals are able to enter the organization.  Once inside, a hacker and/or a cyber criminal do tend to target, privileged accounts.  Specifically, through these types of accounts they move around I.T. systems and networks; undetected.  For the I.T. guys at the office, this book helps them in the following ways.  It points the way to the path that eliminates over-privileged access by users, applications or services.  After the starting point, the I.T. guys gain a better understanding, of the basic concepts of least privilege cyber security.  Second, they learn the key steps that are involved, in planning a cyber security strategy.  Third and finally; they learn how to implement the least privilege concepts, without, affecting workplace productivity.  James Legg is the C.E.O. of Thycotic Software, Ltd.  Through a press statement, Mr. Legg said the following.  “Companies are spending billions of dollars on cybersecurity, but hackers, cybercriminals, and disgruntled employees continue breaching computer systems, stealing sensitive information, or disrupting services.”  James Legg also said.  “By limiting privileged access with application control, organizations can take a major step towards preventing these breaches from happening in the first place.”

          To end, Thycotic’s newest book Least Privilege Cybersecurity for Dummies, is available for free.  Please click on the following link to obtain a copy, https://thycotic.com/resources/wileys-least-privilege-for-dummies/.  As previously stated, Thycotic Software, Ltd. recently revealed that, it has a solution to the problem of privileged access management.  The latter; is a workplace issue that is enveloped by the need to define accessibility to computer servers, accessibility to applications and workplace compliance.  Additionally and lastly; this solution is available to the general public, through, Thycotic’s free book.  This free book is entitled, Least Privilege Cybersecurity for Dummies.

 

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01/19/2019


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