T departments need more than a password manager to keep them—and a company’s data—safe from cyberthreats
All companies today are, to some extent, dependent on technology and the IT teams driving their systems and security in the background. These IT administrators, of course, have privileges to modify system or application configurations, install or remove software, make changes to the operating system, and more. Most companies only use a simple password management app to manage all passwords, including for these privileged admin accounts. Sadly, this is no longer sufficient to protect them from malicious insiders, cybercriminals and hackers.