Partner with Thycotic
With a comprehensive range that covers Privileged Access Management and enforcing least privilege, Thycotic’s products are in big demand worldwide.
As a Thycotic reseller, you’ll be able to help every customer take the next step on their privileged access journey – whether that’s finding their privileged accounts or restricting privileges on more endpoints. So they can stay protected against the account abuse that makes up 80% of all cybercrime.
Privileged access and password management
Thycotic Secret Server
The easiest way to discover all your privileged accounts, store passwords in an encrypted vault, and monitor how they’re used every day.
Thycotic Account Lifecycle Manager
Control the non-human service accounts your business depends on – from discovery to decommissioning.
Thycotic Password Reset Server
Give your users self-service tools to reset Active Directory passwords – reducing helpdesk calls and keeping people productive.
Least privilege and application control
Thycotic Privilege Manager
Discover privileged accounts on your endpoints and automatically remove unnecessary privileges based on your policies.
Thycotic UNIX Protection
Extend your Secret Server to limit what’s possible with root and privileged accounts on Linux and Unix systems.
With privileged credentials involved in so many attacks, enforcing least privilege and monitoring privileged accounts has become as essential as a firewall or antivirus.
Why start selling Thycotic?
With high-profile news stories involving account abuse, your customers already know they need help.Expose the unknown
The biggest challenge your customers face is unknown service accounts and default credentials. Thycotic brings them to light.
Built for simplicity, Thycotic’s products are quick and easy to deploy on-premise or in the cloud – dramatically shortening your sales cycle.A complementary line-up
Thycotic’s products cover the entire spectrum of privileged access management and least privilege – ideal for driving more sales from your existing customers.
PAM and Least Privilege Playbook
Start now with your free download: a reseller’s guide to the scale of the privileged account problem and how Thycotic’s products can help your customers.
Connecting the channel
From sales support to ready-made, high-performing email and landing page campaigns, we’ll give you everything you need to reach customers and close deals. Because your success is our success –our technical, commercial and marketing expertise is yours to use as your own.
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