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Privileged users are necessary to every organization. Yet left unchecked, they can do significant harm to a Salesforce instance. According to Forrester, 80 percent of security breaches involve privileged user credentials*. In this whitepaper, you’ll learn:

  • The risk Salesforce privileged users can pose to your organization.
  • What “privileged access” really means, who has it, and what it allows them to do.
  • How to create a culture of security and compliance to prevent privileged user abuse in Salesforce.
  • What you can – and can’t – do to monitor and prevent privileged user access in Salesforce, and the tools that help you gain greater control and security.
*”The Forrester Wave: Privileged Identity Management, Q3 2016.”

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