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Secure Workload Access and Non-Human Identity with Aembit

As your digital operations expand, you’re launching more workloads at a faster pace than ever before. This growth is not without challenges – there’s an increase in security breaches involving workload secrets and credentials, as well as growing inefficiencies in operations, revealing significant gaps in how you manage access between applications and services. The old, patchwork solutions just can’t keep up.

You’ve long ago upgraded from basic passwords to more mature, policy-based identity and access management systems for your users. Now, it’s time to apply a similar approach to the way your workloads access each other.

But governing and protecting workload access comes with its own set of unique impediments that require thoughtful solutions. Our definitive e-book introduces you to modern-day secure workload access and offers knowledge and strategies to help you transition to a mature Workload IAM platform like Aembit.

Read it to discover:

  • Why Traditional Secure Workload Approaches Can Fall Short: Unpack the key challenges and threats associated with traditional methods, plus real-world breach examples of workload credential compromise that show what went wrong and how to prevent similar issues.
  • How to Better Streamline and Secure Workload Connections: Learn how to secure connections between workloads to protect data integrity and prevent unauthorized access – all without the need for secrets – while also uncovering ways to automate the management of access credentials for increased operational efficiency.
  • An Introduction to Aembit: Upgrade to Workload IAM, with a policy-based, identity-driven approach that simultaneously helps prevent credential loss, accelerates your development cycles, and eliminates the manual burdens on DevSecOps teams, including credential rotation, credential tracking, audits, and compliance.