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Address the Insider Threat of Privileged Users

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NetIQ Logo TM Address the Insider Threat of Privileged Users

Featured Whitepaper by NetIQ

80 percent of security threats to any organization come from inside.

As a general rule, organizations typically grant IT administrators much more access than is required to make simple changes to their production servers and applications. In order to protect sensitive data, comply with regulations, and ensure the integrity of their IT infrastructure, organizations need to maintain a tighter control on their access.

This white paper discusses business security issues surrounding insiders, especially IT administrators, and describes methods to overcome or eliminate many of these issues, and therefore, fortify your organization.

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