Remediant has launched Remediant PAM+, a strategy designed to safeguard access while speeding up enterprise zero trust initiatives. With its agentless SecureONE product, Remediant is at the forefront of the PAM+ movement. In the last twelve months, the company has doubled its ARR and deployments, and more than half of these deployments have fulfilled functionality commitments made by antiquated PAM vendors but never kept. 

Raj Dodhiawala, Remediant President & CEO stated, “Privilege sprawl and credential misuse is a factor in nearly every cyberattack, so much so that both are being specifically identified as reasons for rapidly increasing cyber insurance premiums. The innovative PAM+ strategy promises to disrupt the stagnant PAM solutions market and truly solve for the today’s operational and cybersecurity pains. Remediant is laser-focused on protecting access, thereby preventing lateral movement for every customer – regardless of size, architecture model or vendor ecosystem.” 

Customers have confirmed that SecureONE prevents lateral movement, frustrates red teams, and satisfies cyber insurance requirements for lower premiums. Legacy PAM falls short of this level of security, bolstering Remediant’s PAM+ strategy. For the second year in a row, Remediant was named as an Honorable Mention in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Privileged Access Management in 2022. 

These days, password protection is insufficient. Because of privileged identity sprawl, a huge attack surface that attackers covet, cyberattacks continue to be successful despite significant investments in legacy PAM solutions. 

According to the MITRE ATT&CK framework, admin credentials are essential to every successful cyberattack because they allow attackers to take advantage of privilege sprawl and move laterally to access an organization’s most valuable data and intellectual property. 

PAM+ goes above and beyond traditional PAM methods to tackle these risks head-on. PAM+ adds value to the customer’s zero trust journey through six capabilities: 

  • Eliminates the pointless privilege access that is always on and available. 
  • Minimizes the effects of hacked admin credentials 
  • Makes malware that steals passwords ineffective 
  • Utilizes multi-factor authentication to route all administrative access 
  • Increased IAM/PAM program maturity through access protection 
  • Delivers value quickly and integrates seamlessly into IT and security workflows without using agents.