Secret Server Demo
As cyber threats increase, effective and agile privileged access management has become mission-critical. Secret Server is a fully featured PAM solution available both on premise and in the cloud. Watch this short demo to see how easy Secret Server makes it to manage your privileged access.
Secret Serve is an encrypted vault that stores all of your most valuable credentials. Users can easily log in with their Active Directory accounts and pass a 2-factor check to confirm their identity before they get access to a single password.
Alternatively, Secret Server can also change the password every time it’s used so no one ever knows the current password. You can also scan your network looking for accounts through a process called ‘Discovery’, and add all of these accounts. Or we can import them from a spreadsheet or another vault. After they are in Secret Server, it will check which passwords are correct and which have failed, so you can get those passwords fixed prior to anyone using them.
Secret Server also has the ability to find service accounts and can rotate service accounts without breaking any dependencies. Passwords, therefore, can be rotated on a schedule without any interruption to service.
Finally, reports allow you to track all access to the vault and all activity. So, for example, here we can see right in our browser, who our most active users are. You can also email these reports on a schedule.
Secret Server provides so much more than I can cover in a brief demo. My goal today was to show you how easy Secret Server makes it to manage your privileged access. If I’ve piqued your interest and you want to see more, please start your own free trial today.