NASDAQ-listed CA Technologies has released significant enhancements to its comprehensive privileged access management portfolio, giving customers control over the privileged accounts that support a hybrid IT environment and are a frequent vector for cyber attacks.
By updating and integrating CA Privileged Access Manager (formerly Xceedium Xsuite) and CA Privileged Access Manager Server Control, CA helps reduce the risk of data breaches by extending the depth and breadth of control over privileged users end-to-end – from the gateway to the server and from the database to the cloud – all from a single management console.
“When CA acquired Xceedium last year, it created the most comprehensive portfolio for reducing risk of data breaches due to the compromise of privileged access and insider accounts earmarked for IT administrators and super users,” said Mordecai Rosen, senior vice president and general manager, CA Security business. “In any cyber attack, bad actors have a single goal in mind – elevate privilege in order to get access to the most sensitive systems and data. And if the attacker is a disgruntled insider, he or she may already have that access. CA’s privileged access management solutions help protect an organization’s most sensitive systems and information.”