Privilege and Session Management for Unix & Linux

It’s no secret that Unix and Linux systems present high-value targets for external attackers and malicious insiders alike. You can expect to be breached if you share credentials, provide unfettered root access, or let files and sessions go unmonitored. Gaining access to root or other privileged credentials makes it easy for attackers to fly under the radar and access sensitive systems and data. And the risk only increases as attack surfaces expand, perimeters vanish, attackers get smarter, and compliance pressures mount.

So how do you limit eliminate credential sharing, limit root access, ensure accountability, and meet compliance requirements – without hurting productivity?