What is the role of privileged access management in networking?
PAM is one of the best and wide ranges of the category of network security systems that concerns who can access your privileged account and what things you need to log in to your organization server. Privileged access management includes both types of servers. First is privileged account management and privileged session management.
Privileged access management accounts are used for these specific things including:
1. Local and domain admin for your accounts that manage your servers
2. Domain admin accounts that typically control and manage your active directory users
3. SA accounts and system administrators accounts that help to manage your business database
4. Root accounts that manage and track Unix/Linux platforms
5. IIS network application pools
6. Network equipment have a different accounts that provide access to firewalls, switches, and routers