Succeed in secure digital transformation and cloudification
Managing connections in multi-cloud, hybrid and DevOps-driven environments can be complex and costly. We can help with cloud privileged access management.
Manage access to workloads in the hybrid cloud
Modern enterprise IT includes a mix of:
- on-premises servers
- multi-cloud services (AWS, Azure, GCP, OpenStack etc.)
- web applications
- network devices
- protocols (SSH, RDP, HTTPS etc.)
Secure cloud PAM (Privileged Access Management) with vendor-native or in-house tools and so many different targets has become a huge challenge. You can now centralize all access to critical targets from a single pane of glass and use automation to your advantage.
Remove access bottlenecks for operational efficiency
Secure access shouldn’t get in the way of productive work. Yet, according to a Vanson Bourne study, IT professionals face serious access hurdles in their daily work.
experience issues with cloud access management solutions that slow down vital work.
said they would “definitely” or at least “consider” bypassing secure access controls if they were under pressure to meet a deadline.
share account credentials with others out of convenience, even though most (70%) understand the risks of doing so.
Secure DevOps multi-cloud access management
DevOps has revolutionized the tool stack used in software development. It has also introduced the idea of incremental changes, where code is published to production servers dozens of times a day.
DevSecOps focuses on ensuring that the product is secure. That’s a good start but not quite enough. Segregation of Duties, the principle of least privilege and proper credentials and password management are all just as important.
DevOps has set very high standards for speed, ease-of-use and automation for tools that are introduced to the stack. What criteria make Privileged Access Management (PAM) tools DevOps-proof?