Control Credentials and User Access (IAM/PAM)

Monitor and regulate who has access to the systems and data that run your business.




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Identity and Access Management

“Controlling the creds” is one of the most basic requirements of an enterprise security program, but it’s also one of the most critical. Despite this, many organizations struggle to manage user access across channels like desktop, mobile or cloud. In fact, the majority of data breaches today involve weak, default or stolen passwords. CenturyLink helps you formulate and execute a plan for robust identity and access management policies, practices and controls, allowing the right individuals to access the right resources at the right times (and for the right reasons).  

The IAM/PAM Security Partner You Can Count On
CenturyLink provides the expert assistance and services you need to keep your network protected from unauthorized users. 
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