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privileged

1. Law
a. not actionable as a libel or slander
b. (of a communication, document, etc.) that a witness cannot be compelled to divulge
2. Nautical (of a vessel) having the right of way
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Create and oversee policies in BeyondInsight using an integrated privileged access approach for policies, events, and reporting for managing BeyondTrust and third-party solutions.
BeyondTrust has announced that its Privileged Access Management (PAM) Platform was recertified to interoperate with the most current versions of SailPoint IdentityIQ, enabling joint customers to continue and extend their secure management of both privileged and non-privileged accounts.
The joint product portfolio delivers the complete spectrum of capabilities required of a best-in-class PAM solution to protect and secure privileged access: credential discovery and rotation, privileged session management, endpoint privilege management, secure remote access, and vulnerability management.
This can be an important point for CPAs who share privileged information with a client's independent auditor, as providing the privileged information to the independent auditor would waive the privilege even if the auditor agreed to keep the information confidential and not further disclose it.
Also, a document exchanged between the attorney and the client may be subject to privilege, but the facts themselves are not privileged. So if the facts can be obtained from another source, those facts may be introduced at trial.
Identity+ Alliance program and integrated its Privileged Access Service with SailPoint IdentityIQ.
Centrify announced that it has joined the SailPoint Identity+ Alliance program and integrated its privileged access service with SailPoint IdentityIQ.
This is a high-level review; each of the issues mentioned would require a separate article to provide a complete explanation.<br />"Privileged evidence" is specific evidence that may not be used in a civil or criminal case and, therefore, may not be obtained as part of a criminal investigation (cross-reference: Michael Cohen's books and records) or, on occasion, as part of discovery in a civil case.
80 per cent of breaches leverage privileged credentials to gain access to the organisation.
So, one can be economically challenged, white, and still privileged because in the United States it isn't assumed that the economic condition of a white person speaks a fundamental truth about their very being, who she or he is in an inherent way.
Courts interpret this exception to include privileged communications involving a client's agents.
Bomgar has debuted the latest version of its Privileged Access Management solution.

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