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Privilege Management 
for Windows

Experience enhanced security and optimized IT operations with Privilege Manager for Windows - the ultimate solution for Privileged Access Management.

  Remove local admin rights, enforce the least privilege dynamically across Windows

  Deliver flexibility & security for controlling elevated permissions on desktops

  Fortify control & protection of admin accounts on Windows systems.

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Privileged Access Management (PAM)

What is Privileged Management for Windows?

Privilege Management for Windows refers to the practice of controlling and managing user privileges and access rights on Windows operating systems. It involves implementing policies, tools, and technologies to ensure that users have the necessary privileges to perform their tasks while minimizing unnecessary privileges that could lead to security risks or misuse.
The excessive administrative rights are removed, implementing least privilege principles, and enforcing granular access controls. By managing privileges effectively, organizations can reduce the attack surface, prevent unauthorized access, and mitigate the risk of malware infections, data breaches, and insider threats.

Privilege Management solutions for Windows provide mechanisms to centralize and streamline the management of user privileges, application access, and administrative permissions across a network of Windows devices. These solutions enable organizations to enforce security policies, control user access, audit user activities, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

Features of Privilege Management for Windows

Endpoint Privilege Manager    

  Enhances security & user/administrator experience by removing local admin rights, reducing IT service desk tickets, and effectively managing local administrative access.

On-demand elevation and email notification    

  Boosts productivity with flexible admin access choices, including Self-service, Requested, Temporary, and No Elevation, maintaining the balance between user freedom and control. Email notifications expedite approvals, promoting seamless collaboration and faster decision-making, enhancing operational efficiency.

Privileged Application Control    

   It is possible to know important details about the specific applications with special privileges on your network for a specific period of time. This information can be used to create rules that allow users without special access to use these applications when necessary.

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    Comprehensive Reporting

  Access detailed reports and manage your privileged access ecosystem, including Elevation, Blacklist, Rules, Instant Elevation, Temporary-Session Requests, and Rule Details.

    Controlled Administrator Access

  Privilege Management for Windows lets users request temporary admin access for specific apps or periods, ensuring security while enabling necessary tasks. It offers a secure and convenient way to maintain efficient workflows without compromising system integrity.

    Robust Integrations

  Enhance workflow with Privilege Management for Windows' robust integrations. Connect effortlessly with platforms like ServiceNow, SIEM tools, VirusTotal, MFA tools, and Azure AD through a flexible API, tightly integrating privileged access management with existing tools for improved operational efficiency and security.

Benefits of Privilege Management for Windows

Enhanced Security

Removing local admin rights from endpoints reduces the risk of unauthorized access, installation of malicious software, and data breaches. By enforcing the principle of least privilege, organizations can ensure that users only have the necessary privileges to perform their specific tasks.

Improved Visibility & Control

offers better visibility into processes and applications running on endpoints. IT security teams can monitor and manage privileges at the application and process level, allowing for granular control and the ability to identify and address any abuse or suspicious activities promptly.

Increased Productivity

Although removing local admin rights may increase reliance on IT administrators, privilege management solutions provide on-demand privilege elevation and precise app control. This balances user access needs with security.

Compliance & Auditability

Privilege management helps organizations meet compliance requirements by providing audit trails and logs of privileged activities. These records can be invaluable during audits, ensuring adherence to security regulations.

Reduced Dependency on Local Admin Rights

Privilege management reduces reliance on local admin rights, minimizing risks tied to decentralized admin access. IT gains centralized control, boosting security, streamlining processes, and optimizing resource allocation.

Protects Remote Work Environments

With employees accessing corporate assets from various endpoints outside the traditional network perimeter, managing and restricting user and application privileges at the device level becomes essential in safeguarding sensitive data and preventing unauthorized access.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is privilege manager software?

Refers to a specialized solution that enables organizations to manage and control user privileges and access rights on computer systems or networks. It allows administrators to enforce least privilege principles, assign specific privileges to users or groups, monitor privilege usage, and ensure secure access to sensitive resources.

What is the privileged mode in Windows?

It is a mode of operation where a process has elevated privileges or access rights beyond those of a standard user. In this mode, applications or processes can perform administrative tasks, access restricted system resources, modify system settings and carry out privileged operations that are not available to regular user accounts.

What is the function of privilege?

It is the level of access or permissions granted to a user, process, or application, it determines the scope and extent of actions that can be performed within a system or network. Privileges define the rights and capabilities of users or processes to access files, execute certain commands, modify system configurations, install software, or perform other administrative tasks.

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