Zero Networks: Reinventing Identity Security

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In current IT environments, the risk tied to privileged and service account logins presents a significant threat. Admin accounts, possessing high-level access to sensitive servers, can use the same credentials to log in from less secure machines, inadvertently exposing their credentials to potential attackers. Service account credentials, if stolen, can be utilized by attackers on any machine within the network; this vulnerability allows unauthorized users to move laterally within the network, intensifying the potential for extensive access and damage. These very real scenarios emphasize the importance of restricting logon capabilities for each account based on its necessity and designated privilege. This paper will challenge today's status quo when it comes to privileged account security and outline a better, more effective solution that reinvents identity security.