Thycotic Releases Cloud-native PAM Solutions, Ranking high among others
The leading Privileged Access Management (PAM) solution company, Thycotic has announced the release of innovative PAM services, intended to provide best-in-class enterprise security features. Thycotic’s cloud-based cyber management services include private server cloud and privilege access manager cloud to monitor and ensure secured accesses to the critical data. Cyber Management Alliance (CM-Alliance) placed Thycotic at the top-most position, marked BeyondTrust as the runner up and stated CyberArk as a potential competitor.
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The high-tech cloud-conceptualized PAM solutions help the present and future industries in achieving end-to-end data security. By featuring dynamic data vaulting, attack discovery and handling, monitoring, access management, compatibility and control potentialities, the cloud-PAM services provide independent and purpose-specific on-premise security applications. CM-Alliance report categorizes cloud-driven PAM solutions into cloud-ready and cloud-native. As cloud-native applications serve the unique needs of companies, which are based, on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) technology, they are considered to be more futuristic compared to the other category.
By leveraging software flexibility, scalability and interoperability, the newly released solutions adopt microservices infrastructure and advanced architectural specifications to deliver reliable and secured PAM assistance. Minimizing the operational costs and data management and security complexities cloud-native software systems follow an innovative cybersecurity approach to ensure end-to-end protection, integrity, and confidentiality of privileged access credentials and authorities. Both small and large scaled organizations can deploy Thycotic’s new cloud-based PAM solutions, which are future-proofed and well-strategized, in order to overcome market volatility and competition.
Thycotic is a Cloud-first privilege access management solution company, which serves more than 10,000 enterprises, including the Fortune 500 companies. Developing security strategies by making use of Cloud computing concepts, Thycotic offers cutting-edge services, promising privilege access risk mitigation, operational and security policy overhead elimination, and flexibility and enhanced management capabilities.
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