Available as part of Thycotic Secret Server, Thycotic Unix Protection makes root access to your endpoints less all-encompassing – and considerably more secure.
Just restrict the commands that can be executed based on your policies, user identities, and what is absolutely necessary for productivity.
Unix Protection doesn’t ask you to work with individual sudo files or ask your users to change how they work. It just gives you a way to limit what root access really means.
Let some users restart the database and read log files. Restrict who can reset user passwords. And, however you define your policies, keep a check on how credentials are being used with complete monitoring, recording, and auditing.
Granular UNIX root control
With SSH command whitelisting to restrict available commands based on roles.
with a comprehensive policy and point of control, not individual sudo files.
Accurate auditing and reporting
on how commands are being used and each user’s level of privilege on your devices.
Improved Active Directory management
by enabling UNIX admins to centrally manage and provision UNIX accounts linked to AD.
with regulation for UNIX Superuser Privilege Management (SUPM).
Secret Server integration
for easier administration, reporting, and secure single sign-on.
I can rest a lot easier knowing I’ve got my endpoints secure.
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