SSH keys provide the highest level of access rights and privileges for servers, applications and virtual instances. Cyber criminals want this trusted status and invest considerable resources into acquiring and using SSH keys in their attacks.
Even though SSH keys are the credentials that provide the most privileged access in an organization (including root-level privileges), they are routinely untracked, unmanaged and unmonitored This guide provides four steps to protect and take control of your SSH keys to minimize your risk of intrusion
Download this whitepaper which discusses:
- The significant cybersecurity risks involved in weak SSH key management practices;
- How to stop unauthorized abuse of privileged access;
- How to continuously apply controls that secure proper privileged access across your enterprise.