This authorization will self-destruct
in five minutes
Always-on access with permanent credentials is a risk. We at SSH believe all access should be temporary by default. The authorization to access a target is created just-in-time at the time of establishing the connection, and it automatically expires when the job is done.
There are no secrets for the user to see or handle. There are no permanent credentials to vault, rotate or manage. Just the right access to the right target at the right time for the right user - every time.
Time-boxed access on-demand
Verify each user access every time a connection is made. Enjoy automatic revocation of access for internal users and contractors alike when the job is done.
Limit the duration of access in advance if needed.
Better without standing privileges
Rotating, vaulting and managing credentials is complex, costly and a pain. You should do it only when you have to, but you are better without them.
We recommend going passwordless and keyless with a true Zero Trust approach.
Eliminate the risk of shared accounts
Did you know that using shared accounts can be made secure?
By integrating with an Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution, we can assign an identity to every shared account user. At the same time, we make sure that the user does not see or handle any secrets during the process.
Your privileged users get the convenience of using shared accounts without your organization suffering any of the associated risks.
Learn more about Just-in-Time Access