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Over the past few years, it’s clear that attackers are no longer “hacking” in for data breaches: they
are simply logging in using weak, stolen, or otherwise compromised privileged credentials. Once
in, they take advantage of the fact that many organizations assign too much standing privilege
to their administrative users. This establishes a low security bar, allowing hackers to spread out
and move laterally across the network, hunting for additional privileged accounts and credentials
that help them gain access to an organization’s most critical infrastructure and sensitive data. To
mitigate these risks, Zero Standing Privileges — a best practice championed by Gartner — means
granting users just enough privilege, just-in-time, for a limited duration.
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