Privileged Access Management (PAM) Solutions


Insulate Against Data Breaches and Produce a Strong Return on Investment

Protect the Access That Keeps Your Data Safe 


It doesn’t take a long search of the news to find a story about data theft, security breaches or ransomware attacks.

While keeping a close eye on privileges and privileged access, organizations the world over are seeking a balance between business needs and risk mitigation. A lack of resources and skillsets available to manage access adds another item to an ever-changing list of challenges that must be navigated daily.


Organizations need a Privileged Access Management (PAM) strategy comprised of people, processes and technology that will enable them to control, monitor, secure and audit all human and non-human privileged identities and activities across their environments.


Optiv’s PAM service offerings solve for your organization’s challenges:



Passwords and Secrets Management

Easily identify and secure all service, application, administrator and root accounts across your enterprise.



Application to Application Integrations 

Provide secure least-privilege access when interacting between applications and their services\dependencies.



End Point Least Privilege Management

Block malware-based attacks with least privilege and application control that’s easy for IT support teams and seamless for users.



Secure Remote and Vendor Access 

Provides external access to an organization’s environment without using VPN to prevent internal credentials from being externally viewed.



Identity Solutions 

Focuses on identity and access management (IAM) tools and account lifecycle management, looking at the entire life of a privilege credential.

How Do We Do It?  

Planning for Business Outcomes
Our methodology begins by understanding your company’s business objectives and providing solution and delivery roadmaps designed to assure a fully integrated approach to reducing risk and protecting sensitive data.

PAM in Action


Data and intellectual property require constant protection, and security teams must keep their heads on a swivel. PAM services are a crucial component of the security solution that businesses must consider when finding the best way to secure access. 



Let the Experts Manage Your PAM Solution


Struggling to manage your PAM program effectively? See how Optiv’s Managed PAM solution, powered by CyberArk Privilege Cloud, can provide the visibility, end-to-end planning, implementation and ongoing management you need to protect your privileged accounts, all in a flexible, scalable, as-a-service model.

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PAM Working at the Highest Levels


How does PAM work in the field? See how a vital federal agency made use of PAM and identity and access management (IAM) strategies in their system to reduce their security gap.

Leverage Our PAM Technology Partnerships


We’ve partnered with leading PAM providers across access governance, IAM and data security and analytics to create a team of experts ready to help advise, deploy and operate the technologies that best meet your requirements.



BeyondTrust is the worldwide leader in intelligent identity and access security, enabling organizations to protect identities, stop threats, and deliver dynamic access.


Centered on intelligent privilege controls, CyberArk helps organizations security any identity - human or machines.


A leading provider of solutions that seamlessly extend Privileged Access Management (PAM) for the modern, hybrid enterprise.

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