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Dear Attackers, Stop By Anytime & Use My Keys

DEAR ATTACKERS, STOP BY ANYTIME AND USE MY KEYS SSH Keys: The Powerful, Unprotected Privileged Credentials Though they fly under the radar, most companies use SSH keys every day to: LOGIN TO REMOTE SYSTEMS SECURE ALE TRANSFERS SECURE BACKUP AND COPY FACILITATE MACHINE-TO-MACHINE ACCESS TUNNEL APPLICATIONS AND NETWORK TRAFFIC PROTECT PRIVILEGED ACCOUNTS SECURE COMMAND EXECUTIONS ON A REMOTE HOST The Enterprise SSH-ituation • No way to know who has access to what systems • No tools to remove unused or unauthorized keys • No methods to restrict access to private keys • No visibility into user activity during SSH sessions • Manual setups + maintenance = costly errors The average large enterprise can have ONE MILLION SSH keys in their environment. That's one million opportunities to steal your sensitive data 64% 53% have not established security M 51% policies for SSH keys have no centralized control over SSH keys have suffered SSH key-related compromises 46% 60% never change or rotate SSH keys - and they never expire have no way to detect new keys introduced in the organization 74% 10% of all SSH keys provide root accesS allow administrators to independently control and manage SSH keys The Cost of Doing Nothing Trust-based attacks, such as those targeting SSH keys, can cost an enterprise up to $398MM 100 per incident 837979 A FF0883797 FF088 It's time to SSHut the Door on SSH Key Attacks. Start treating SSH keys like the privileged credentials they truly are Learn more at CYBERARK Security for the Heart of the EnterpriseTM Sources:

Dear Attackers, Stop By Anytime & Use My Keys

shared by CyberArk on Oct 22
When thinking about privileged accounts – and the credentials used to access them – passwords typically come to mind. Yet passwords are only part of the equation. The Secure Shell (SSH) key, a low...






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