What is PAM and Why NETAND

Insider threats pose major risks for organization as they are threats that involve people who have insider knowledge about the organization’s resources such as facilities, IT equipment, network information and computer systems as well as access to these resources.
Insiders can include people who are trusted by the organization such as employees, vendors, and business partners. It is quite surprising to know that the source of 86.7% of all hacking incidents are insider threats. Insider threats could be identified under three categories: a careless or negligent employee or contractor, a criminal or malicious insider or a credential thief.

Identity Management (IM) and Privileged Access Management (PAM)

Cost of Insider Threat
  • Total average cost $11.45M
  • Incidents relating to negligence 62%
  • Incidents relating to criminal insider 23%
  • Incidents relating to user credential theft 14%
  • Annualized cost for negligence $4.58M
  • Annualized cost for criminal insider $4.08M
  • Annualized cost for credential theft $2.79M
Identity and access management (IAM) is the discipline that limits user access and enables the right individuals to access the right resources at the right times for the right reasons. In other words, it is the practice that protects you from insider threats.
IAM addresses the mission-critical need to ensure appropriate access to resources across increasingly heterogeneous technology environments and to meet increasingly rigorous compliance requirements. IAM is a crucial undertaking for any enterprise. It is increasingly business-aligned, and it requires business skills, not just technical expertise.
Enterprises that develop mature IAM capabilities can reduce their identity management costs and, more importantly, become significantly more agile in supporting new business initiatives.
In an effort to make organizations more secure, agile and resilient, IAM leaders must improve governance and strengthen privileged access management (PAM) practices to prevent breaches, establish more robust and agile authentication and authorization, and enhance consumer IAM to prevent fraud and protect privacy.
NETAND is a PAM vendor headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. NETAND was founded to function as a bridge between network and human – for safer and efficient system management amid growingly complex IT infrastructure and increasing security concerns. NETAND’s core offering for PAM is called HIWARE, which consists of multiple products for session management and identity management of critical systems including databases. It is available only as software. HIWARE is focused on PASM capabilities, and specializes in session management, monitoring and recording. NETAND does not offer PEDM capabilities.
The leading PAM solution company in S. Korea. Expanding overseas.
Creating solutions for security and efficiency with a focused and comprehensive approach
More than 1,200 clients in education, finance, government, banking and more
Has more than 20 patents

HIWARE PAM and IM Solutions for System and Database

HIWARE Identity Management
HIWARE Access Management
Identity Management
  • Life-cycle management
  • Password management
  • Integrated account management
  • Illegal account management
Policy setting

Privileged Access Management
  • Access control
  • Command control
  • Session control
  • Log audit
Audit report
  • Authentication (OTP, IP/MAC etc)
  • Simplified work processes
  • Account authority management
  • Strengthening maintenance stability
  • Dormant account management

Differentiating Points

User Environment
Cross browsing
Windows / MAC
Integrated UI
Cloud environment
Resolving flexible IP issues through cloud connectors and API