As an online and mobile gaming publisher, Gamania Group attributes its success to delivering a positive and rewarding experience. Part of the experience includes protecting users from being victimised by malicious actors who could be seeking to cause damage or extract money from the business and its customers.
Beyond gaming, the company's other businesses – its GASH online payment system and GAMA PAY e-payment service have also been prime targets for cyber attackers.
To protect the interest of its 10 million gamers, customers and employees, the Group has implemented the CyberArk Identity Security Platform to strengthen its cybersecurity defences.
“Protecting privileged access has become a core component of Gamania Group’s cybersecurity strategy,” said Paul Ding, general manager of Digicentre. “We believe the focus now should be on individual identity and access, especially since the traditional perimeter no longer exists.”
CyberArk Privileged Access Manager (PAM) and CyberArk Endpoint Privilege Manager (EPM) will enable Gamania Group to:
- Automatically discover and onboard human identities, privileged credentials and secrets
- Centralise policy management so admins can manage passwords and user access securely and efficiently
- Remove local admin rights and enforce least privilege across the group
- Implement foundational endpoint security controls across multiple platforms
According to Ding, the use of CyberArk technologies the company to have greater insight about what is needed to mitigate risks. He adds that the company has seen improvements to its security management operations with better efficiency and productivity from the significantly reduced number of alerts the systems generate.
"We look forward to experiencing more benefits as we extend the implementation of CyberArk across our group,” Ding added.