Rather than looking at Privilege Management for Unix/Linux like you’re doing a bunch of draconian policies trying to lock everyone down, think of it more like you’re enabling your users; how quickly can I get that person online, get them [access] to the things that they need to do, and let them fix the system? That’s what we do with Privilege Management for Unix/Linux.
Chad Erbe, Sr. Staff Engineer, ServiceNow
By integrating BeyondTrust Privilege Management for Unix and Linux and BeyondTrust Active Directory Bridge with Elasticsearch, we provide a unified search experience for admins to quickly and easily find everything they need.
Sam Elliot, Senior Vice President of Product Management, BeyondTrust
Prevent and contain breaches that can affect Unix & Linux systems.
Explore how Privilege Management for Unix & Linux improves your protection against cyberthreats, prevents end-user errors, and boosts operational performance.
No, the current infrastructure for Privilege Management for Unix & Linux 22.3 and subsequent versions already includes support for Linux Desktops. However, you will need to acquire a separate Privilege Management for Linux Desktops license.
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