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PAM was built with one purpose in mind: to provide security guardrails for the access credentials with the most elevated
permissions. And 20 years ago, legacy PAM fit the bill. Legacy solutions were effective for on-premises infrastructures
that were tucked neatly behind the walls of a data center. PAM was built for a time when it was easy to manage the
privileges of a select few.

But times have changed. 

In this guide, we’ll analyze the offerings of legacy PAM players and identify where their shortcomings can expose
enterprises to business and security risks, including:

  • Where legacy PAM falls short
  • The Dynamic Access Management (DAM) difference
  • The growing complexity of PAM
  • Unmanaged privileged access risks
  • And more.

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