Reduce risk with cross-platform vulnerability assessment and remediation, including built-in configuration compliance, patch management and compliance reporting.
Scan, identify and profile applications and assets with auto-onboarding of privileged accounts
Secure and control access to privileged credentials (passwords and SSH keys), automate rotation and reduce the risk of compromise
Control scripts, files, code and embedded keys to close back doors to your critical systems
Secure the use of SSH keys for better control, accountability, and security over Unix and Linux systems
Evaluate just-in-time context and simplify access requests by considering the day, date, time and location when a user accesses resources to determine their ability to access those systems
Automate for scale - integrate with an extensive set of tools and systems and orchestrate enterprise-wide PAM
Measure asset characteristics and use behaviors from one day to the next, noting the scope and speed of any changes to alert you to suspicious deviations
Password Safe leverages a distributed network discovery engine to scan, identify and profile all assets. Dynamic categorization of all assets and accounts enables auto-onboarding, and the ability for access policies to self-adjust according to environmental changes. This capability helps IT keep pace with changing environmental variables, reduces time and administrative overhead, and reduces risk by ensuring that no system is left unmonitored/unmanaged.
Password Safe enables organizations to securely store, rotate and control access to privileged account passwords and other credentials to better protect sensitive assets and more easily meet compliance requirements. Password Safe helps your teams to:
Privileged session monitoring and management is essential to achieve your compliance and security requirements, but can be complex and time-consuming to achieve.
Password Safe privileged session management uses standard desktop tools such as PuTTY and Microsoft Terminal Services Client, ensuring administrators can leverage commonly used tools. With Password Safe, administrators can:
Password Safe eliminates hard-coded or embedded application credentials automatically, simplifying management for IT and better securing the organization from exploitation of those credentials. Password Safe:
Traditional methods of SSH key management are very labor intensive, with many organizations not properly rotating their keys. As well, it is common practice for administrators to share keys. Between the lack of rotation and the sharing of keys, organizations lose accountability over their systems, which could lead to those systems being vulnerable to exploits. Password Safe adds security and simplifies the management of SSH keys by:
Password Safe greatly simplifies the management and secures the use of SSH keys for better control, accountability and security over Unix and Linux systems.
In Traditional PAM workflows, permissions are often granted globally to individuals based upon job role, and do not take into account real-time risk factors such as location, day or time. Password Safe enables the dynamic assignment of just-in-time privileges via the Advanced Workflow Control engine.
Policies can be extended to block password access to some managed resources unless the request originated from the corporate network, another approved source or only allow access to certain vendor accounts if they originate from the vendor network.
Having this capability ensures that users have the right access according to the context of their request, thereby minimizing opportunities for exploiting privileged credentials.
The Password Safe API is designed to address single sign-on shortcomings, simplify developer access, and offer secure credential management. Since legitimate user credentials are used in most data breaches, it has never been more critical for organizations to control access to their sensitive systems.
If credentials are retrieved automatically and securely from the Password Safe API, commercial application developers would never be required to enter a username and password for connectivity. In this case, end-users, like database administrators, never need administrator rights to access a database. This capability improves system security while enabling greater business agility. Organizations and application developers realize multiple benefits in using the Password Safe API:
Analyze privileged password, user, and account activity, along with asset characteristics to help you correlate application, service, and process data with a continuously updated malware database. BeyondTrust connects the dots and flags the events you need to focus on, allowing you to act decisively and effectively prioritize risk mitigation.
Aggregate user and asset data to baseline and track behavior:
There are teams in your organization that must access accounts as part of their daily work. Examples include Development, Test, QA, Marketing, Finance and others. Most of these accounts do not contain sensitive information, but in the wrong hands, could still cause damage to the organization. For example, unauthorized access to a test environment could have severe consequences for the organization.
Traditionally, most small groups with oversight over shared credentials have managed them manually in spreadsheets or worse, with sticky notes. Organizations can now manage these credentials locally within each team in a secure and auditable way.
Team Passwords is designed to securely store credentials owned by small groups within Password Safe, in a fully auditable controlled environment. This feature delivers secure password practices teams in the organization outside of traditional privileged admin user roles. Sensitive credentials shared by groups, can now be safely stored in Password Safe and locally managed.