- The Where – an account with local access rights on multiple Windows servers can log onto more than just the one server you intended. Do you want to limit access to a small number of servers or devices?
- The How – Sticking with the Windows example, do you want someone to be able to only log on when physically present at the server? Via MSTSC (or PuTTY in the case of Unix)? Or only use the credentials to remotely manage parts of a server, such as services?
- The What – This is the big one; what are they specifically doing while logged on? You should be thinking about whether you want to be able to shadow a session, pause and/or kill it, and even record it for later playback.
- Privileged Password Management
- Discover, manage, audit, and monitor privileged accounts
- Endpoint Privilege Management
- Manage privileges on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Unix endpoints
Universal Privilege Management
Our innovative Universal Privilege Management approach secures every user, asset, and session across your entire enterprise.