Colorado Focuses on Privileged Access Management in Cybersecurity
March 3, 2021
Cybercriminals typically have specific targets when they breach an organization, with the end goal of obtaining high-level credentials to infiltrate databases, applications or system-critical information. PAM is a cybersecurity tool that protects those credentials by making them temporary. So, even if a hacker is able to obtain login and password information, those credentials may already be useless.
Colorado’s cybersecurity team also follows the 20 CIS Controls & Resources as a framework for the state’s security program, as well as NIST SP 800-53, a National Institute of Standards and Technology document which serves as the basis for the agency’s policies.