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Stop Unauthorised Privileged Access

By: Venafi

For most organisations, Secure Shell (SSH) key credentials are left unprotected and leave the door open to be exploited. System administrators and automated applications, which use SSH keys for authentication and access, have the highest level of rights and privileges for accessing servers, applications, and virtual instances. APTs and other attackers want to gain and leverage this trusted status.

Read this paper and discover how to reduce risk of SSH key misuse and develop a strategy to manage and secure SSH keys. 

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Published:  Aug 07, 2015
Length:  2
Type:  White Paper
Tags : 
ssh, security, reduce risk, authentication, secure ssh keys, security application, anti spam, anti spyware, anti virus, application security, security policies

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