Endpoint Least Privilege: A Foundational Security ControlCyberArk's David Higgins on Building Better Defense for Ransomware, Other Threats
Amid the current ransomware surge, it's time for the principle of least privilege to meet endpoint security and be a new foundational security control, says David Higgins of CyberArk. He outlines the cybersecurity use cases and potential business benefits.
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In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Higgins discusses:
- The case for endpoint least privilege;
- How the principle of least privilege addresses ransomware and other threats;
- Other uses cases and benefits from endpoint least privilege as a fundamental security control.
Since joining CyberArk in 2010, Higgins has worked to help the world’s leading - and most complex - organizations secure and protect their privileged access. Today, he advises clients on threats associated with privilege escalation, lateral movement and credential theft and discusses best practices and driving innovation around privileged management processes.