What is Least Privilege Access?

This week, we’re continuing to explore some of the most common vulnerabilities the Raxis team has discovered during thousands of penetration tests across the US. In the video above, Brian Tant, our chief technology officer, discusses the principle of ‘least privilege access’ and why it’s an essential component of an overall business cybersecurity strategy.

Hopefully, you’ve watched the video and have a better understanding about why you should restrict permissions as much as possible and still allow team members to get their jobs done. If you still have questions or want to learn more about protecting your corporate network, please reach out.

The Raxis team brings years of hacking and penetration testing experience to the table. We can use that experience to improve your skills and make your environment more secure.

Download our list of Top 10 Cyber Attacks to learn more about ways to secure your company.

Want to learn more? Take a look at the next part of our Common Vulnerabilities discussion.

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Raxis CTO, Brian Tant
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