"It took less than one day from the time that we started the installation until we changed all of the privileged passwords on our machines. It was that simple," said a Carnegie Mellon IT Manager. When Carnegie Mellon University required a way to automatically update and securely store privileged account passwords to help protect its private data, the IT group turned to Lieberman Software. Lieberman's Enterprise Random Password Manager was deployed and operational on the university's network in less than one day. Now, Carnegie Mellon's privileged accounts are updated with unique passwords on a regular basis, ensuring secure access to its confidential data. Download the case study to read how it was done.
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