Thycotic provides a range of free tools & resources to help you see the scale of your Privileged Account Management (PAM), application control, and least privilege challenges – so you can start improving your visibility and protection immediately.
The free tools and resources are split into the following sections:
We’re always adding new assets, so check back often.
Privileged Account Management for dummies gives you practical tips, strategies, and insights from the world’s leading PAM company, Thycotic. It’s your complete guide to Privileged Account Management.
Focusing on the aspects of security that most IT security technology can’t help with, Cybersecurity for dummies is a concise, easy to digest guide to understanding your risk, improving protection, and attack response.
In this free survey report, the hackers share their thoughts on what businesses are doing to protect their critical data – what works, what doesn’t, and what security teams should be doing next.
If you’re using Excel to store passwords, here’s why that’s a bad idea. Get the report to learn about the reasons why using Excel to store your passwords exposes you to attack, and what might happen if an attacker exploits it.
Build your understanding of today’s biggest cyber security threat with a guide to everything involved in a hack, from the earliest reconnaissance to execution and covering tracks.
Get a useful summary of the five major pillars of Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus certification – then learn how Privileged Account Management (PAM) from Thycotic gives you the controls you need.
Get a head start with this best-practice password-policy template document. Improve your IT security posture, and demonstrate regulatory compliance.
Identify every Windows app on your endpoints, discover with are insecure, and produce a management-ready ready in just a few clicks.
Quick and easy, the Thycotic Least Privilege Discovery tool scours your endpoints so you know which accounts have admin access, which apps depend on admin rights, and where you’re leaving your IT unnecessarily exposed.