WEBINAR: INTRODUCTION TO PRIVILEGED IDENTITY MANAGEMENT
Thursday, June 3, 2010 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
THE PROBLEM: Organizations that do not maintain frequently-changed, unique passwords for all of their privileged accounts face the threat of unauthorized users and malicious programs compromising just one password and gaining unrestricted access to resources throughout the network.
THE CONCERN: How safe are the servers, storage devices, and network appliances that host your data? At this moment can any administrator login to your systems, read and modify records, change device settings, install new code... and what else?
THE RISK: If there's a breach, will you know who is responsible? How will you track who did what to which system, and when? Without a method for managing the privileged identities for every system in your network, you're vulnerable.
LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS: Join us for a complimentary 30 minute webinar to learn how the right Privileged Identity Management solution can help you automate and streamline processes to:
The company released its first commercial product in 1994, but traces its roots back to 1978 when it was founded as a software consultancy. Since its inception, Lieberman Software has been a profitable, management owned firm. It has consistently provided unique solutions that fill the niche of managing local and domain security. For years, Lieberman Software products have been the choice of organizations concerned with locating and remediating problems occurring within the IT infrastructure, where rapid and comprehensive response is crucial.
Lieberman Software pioneered the privileged account password management space by releasing the first product to this market in 2001. Since then, the company has regularly updated and expanded its privileged password solution set while growing its customer base in this vibrant and emerging market.
Lieberman Software is a managed Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and Oracle Gold Partner. The company also works with ArcSight, BMC, Cisco, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, Novell, Red Hat, and Thales in varying capacities. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA and maintains an office in Austin, TX. All product development, testing, and support operations are based in the United States.