Evo Security Privileged Access And Password Management
Evo Security plans to debut a password manager and release an updated version of its privileged access management (PAM) offering in the fourth quarter of 2021, according to CEO Michael Roth. SMBs have overspent on point products in the identity space and need to start thinking like enterprises, who’ve been engaged with identity from a more holistic sense, Roth said.
As the attack surface accelerates toward MSPs and their SMB customers, clients need to adopt a similar mentality as their enterprise brethren and find a way to look at disparate parts of their IT infrastructure. Evo Security overhauled its elevated access tool to address the needs of key channel stakeholders, and the works follows investments the company made into multi-factor authentication and single sign-on.
In 2022, Roth said Evo Security plans to focus on enriching the collection of information that’s been aggregated into the company’s technology to help the company take proactive and pre-emptive action. Aggregating and centralizing the rich insights derived from integrations with IT infrastructure vendors will make it easier for Evo customers to determine how they can most effectively strengthen security.