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Privileged Access Management (PAM)

Securing and managing administrative or specialised levels of access to enterprise systems and sensitive data based on higher levels of permission

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Secure privileged access to your most critical data and systems

Multiple users often need to share a unique account with privileged access for administrative tasks. As these accounts are not individualised, many organisations share the root password with all IT administrators, which creates a cyber breach risk.

CyberOne’s PAM solution leverages an intermediate vault to secure shared accounts that have super-user privileges with a secret password. When a privileged account is used, checkout is through our PAM system which validates how long a user can use the account, logs the checkout for audit and changes the super-user account password before revealing the password to the user. This delivers maximum possible security for your business.

Key drivers for CyberOne privileged access management

Our PAM solutions create the most secure, efficient and affordable privilege access environments.

Manage super-admin passwords 

We provide the secure vault for all passwords protected by encryption to randomly generate passwords for the data being accessed. This adds a ring-of-steel around all administrator passwords, making it more difficult for hackers to get in. 

Secure privileged passwords 

You can choose whether to generate random passwords or rotate the current password set, manually or automatically. This means that when a user requires access, a new password is generated each time. This password expires immediately upon exit thus guaranteeing the security and integrity of the data. 

Maintain audit and IT compliance 

We record and report on password requests and transactions throughout the system, offering multiple reports including asset, compliance, vulnerability and privilege to help you maintain IT compliance. 

Manage non-employee access

Some of our clients need to provide access to trusted third parties for maintenance and updates of specific systems. We enable you to provide access to these systems by role so you don’t need to provide domain credentials to outsiders.

Detect multiple access

Our system detects and then grants targeted and separate access if more than one person enters the same area. This means that we always know who has been using the system. 

Control privilege creep

Privilege creep is unnecessary and can allow unaudited rights to data and applications. This can happen for many reasons including inadequate processes for employee offboarding. Our PAM solution helps control this.

Key services and benefits

We help to protect your organisation’s most critical assets to prevent data breaches.

  • Secret Server makes it easy to manage privileged access security and password protection though a range of key functions.
  • Establish vault: set granular permissions, users and structure.
  • Discover privileges: identify accounts to curb privilege sprawl.
  • Manage secrets: provision and rotate credentials, and ensure password complexity.
  • Delegate access: implement role-based access control (RBAC) and approval workflows.
  • Control sessions: launch, monitor and record sessions.
  • Protect Unix: manage SSH (secure shell) keys and command whitelisting.
  • Privilege Manager is a powerful approach to manage endpoint privilege elevation and application control.
  • Deploy agents: discover applications and processes on all endpoints.
  • Implement least-privilege policy: remove privileges, control groups and credentials.
  • Define policies: create granular application whitelists, blacklists and greylists.
  • Elevate applications: approve applications with policy-driven controls.
  • Improve productivity: allow people to use tools without requiring admin rights.
  • Cloud Access Controller providers powerful protection for your cloud assets.
  • Secure cloud access: ensure infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and software-as- a-service (SaaS) users have necessary privileges.
  • Establish granular role-based account control: define what each user can click, read or modify within any web app.
  • Manage accounts: separate roles and duties on standard and shared accounts.
  • Record web sessions: view video recordings of sensitive actions.
  • Implement intelligent blocking: Detect unusual behaviour and block unauthorised access.
  • Account Lifecycle Manager establishes control over service account sprawl.
  • Establish workflow: get started with simple templates and easy customisations.
  • Delegate ownership: create users, groups and role-based permissions.
  • Provision service accounts: automate provisioning and setting approval requirements.
  • Enforce governance: create accountability and ownership.
  • Decommission service accounts: send alerts for renewal, re-approval and deprovisioning.
  • Privileged Behavior Analytics proactively detect breaches and prevents data theft.
  • Establish baselines: understand behaviour patterns to detect red flags.
  • Monitor and identify: view and prioritise account activity in custom dashboards.
  • Identify and alert: confirm suspicious activity and alert incident response teams.
  • Contain impact: rotate credentials, force multi-factor authentication (MFA) and require approvals.
  • Remote Access Control is a powerful approach to enforce zero trust for remote workers and third parties.
  • Secure remote access: set granular permissions, users and structure.
  • Grant third-party permissions: allow vendors and contractors to access IT resources.
  • Connect through a browser: avoid opening ports to the public internet.
  • Authenticate: grant remote workers secure access with MFA.
  • Audit: report activity in a central portal to ensure policy compliance.
  • Connection Manager offers unified management of multiple remote sessions.
  • Remote access: launch and configure sessions across multiple environments.
  • Session management: inject credentials into sessions automatically.
  • Centralised control: access one interface to manage sessions.
  • Session recording: create end-to-end record of privileged user activity.
  • Tracking and auditing: provide audit trail to demonstrate compliance.
  • DevOps Secrets Vault offers cloud password protection at DevOps speed and scale.
  • Establish a secure vault: store credentials in an encrypted vault.
  • Centralise secrets: eliminate disparate vault instances across DevOps and robotic process automation (RPA) environments.
  • Automate and scale: choose your automated interface, whether command line interface (CLI) or application programming interface (API).
  • Manage secrets for IaaS: remove standing access to critical cloud infrastructure.
  • Issue certificates: automate the signing of leaf certificates.
  • Database Access Controller offers granular control and MFA for databases.
  • Secure databases: control web access to databases.
  • Manage privileged users: enforce access levels, provide time-based access.
  • Verify identity: see who is accessing databases and govern access.
  • Authenticate: manage authorisation and auditing for a full-session, layered MFA.
  • Audit: detect unusual behaviour and block unauthorised access.

Buyer’s Guide to Privileged Access Management

This guide outlines the 7 core areas and capabilities required for complete PAM

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