Server PAM Demo
Server PAM protects unapproved access to your Windows, Linux, and Unix servers. Watch this demo to see how the product puts you in control of policies that govern human application and machine access, driving down security risks with modern techniques such as passwordless authentication, MFA everywhere, JIT, and behavioral analytics.
Delinea’s Server PAM protects unapproved access to your Windows, Linux, and Unix servers supported by a modern cloud native architecture. Your hybrid IT server assets are protected on premises and in the cloud or multiple clouds. Let me show you how it works.
Server PAM puts you in control of policies that govern human application and machine access, driving down security risks with modern techniques such as passwordless authentication, MFA everywhere, just-in-time access, and behavioral analytics. Enforce least privilege, prevent lateral movement; and increase visibility and accountability across your distributed IT infrastructure.
Windows, Linux, and Unix servers deployed on premises can all be managed and secured under one roof through Active Directory and Delinea’s patented Zone Technology. The technology streamlines management of roles and policies that govern server login, privilege, elevation, and MFA cross-platform.
Alternatively, if your server is a cloud-hosted server, Delinea Server PAM’s platform gives you the choice to instead manage roles and policies for Windows and Linux server login, privilege elevation, and MFA from the SaaS platform. To reduce your attack surface, eliminate local privileged account sprawl with Server PAM identity consolidation. Your admins can log into any managed server using a single enterprise account such as Active Directory, OpenLDAP, or a cloud directory such as Okta, Azure AD, or Ping Directory.
Align with regulations and best practices such as Zero Trust and zero standing privileges to protect against data breaches and ransomware attacks. Server PAM’s role-based access control policies are enforced at the host level for fine grained access control and privilege elevation. MFA policies are enforced at login as well as during privileged application and command execution across Windows, Linux and Unix for stronger identity assurance and cyber risk insurance demands.
Self-service workflows allow administrators to request elevated rights with just enough privilege (JEP), just in time (JIT). Approved access is temporary, reverting to least privilege upon expiration. Finally, forensic level event logs and session recordings tie all privileged activity back to the individual user to ensure you have complete visibility and full accountability. This is important for security review, compliance, and faster incident response that Server PAM provides.
There is so much more value than I can show you in this short demo, but if I've piqued your interest and you want to see more, please head over to our website to start a free trial. Thanks a lot for your time.