Just-in-time Zero Trust Access Solution

minimize the number of keys, passwords and credentials to manage

SSH Zero Trust Suite for Just-in-Time Access

Comprehensive but frictionless key(less), password(less) and secure remote access management - without long-standing credentials.

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Control privileged passwords and SSH encryption keys with unique just-in-time (JIT) and just enough access (JEA) models - without risky always-on authorization.

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zero friction

Radically reduce the number of keys and credentials to manage - and their management overhead. Sync machine and human IDs with the right roles with least privilege.

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zero doubt

Verify, audit, track, and log all sessions to any target in the hybrid cloud. Single sign-on (SSO) and multi-factor authentication (MFA) ensure added security.

Combine privileged access and key management into one powerful package

85% of IT professionals share account credentials* and 80% of data breaches start with misuse of privileged credentials**.

The most common privileged credentials include passwords and SSH encryption keys. In our experience, 80% of SSH connections are machine-to-machine (M2M) and not properly controlled.

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Our SSH Zero Trust Solution Suite combines privileged access management (PAM) and Enterprise Key Management (EKM) into one powerful package. Control thousands of encryption keys and passwords through a single pane of glass while drastically reducing their management overhead with just-in-time access. 

Move from static network perimeters to securing dynamic users, assets, and resources.

Eventually, you'll migrate from managing privileged passwords and keys to a model where most access management is handled by unique short-lived certificates. This approach eliminates the need to use of passwords and keys for most use cases, while managing those permanent credentials you still have to. This hybrid models allows you to embrace the passwordless and keyless future at your own pace.

* Vanson Bourne study

**Forrester Wave

Passwords and keys are twins. Manage them together.

1. SSH Keys are like passwords - but 10 times more common

SSH encryption keys are just as important access credentials as passwords but 10 times more prevalent. That's why they require robust provisioning and termination processes and audit attention.

2. Keys and passwords are regulated and an IT audit failure point

Auditors and regulations require that both SSH encryption keys and passwords are used responsibly. Applicable regulations include PCI-DSS, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), HIPAA, and NISTIR 7966.

3. Keys and passwords are used ungoverned 

Many Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions don't handle SSH Keys. When vaulted, this typically accounts for only 20% of keys. Both keys and passwords are shared and managed without a centralized way to manage both.

4. Managing is good, credential-less is better 

Vaulting, rotating and managing both encryption keys and passwords is still necessary in many use cases. But becoming keyless and passwordless reduces your risks and massively streamlines your management needs. We can help you with both.

Eliminate unnecessary credentials, reduce complexity, AND audit all access

Zero Trust Access Management 

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Take control of your passwords and encryption keys

Control all your critical credentials like SSH Keys and passwords from a single pane of glass at enterprise level. No separate point solutions, just one comprehensive tool for reducing attack vectors.

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Migrate to keyless and passwordless access

Radically reduce the number of keys and credentials you need to rotate, delete, vault, upgrade, and manage. Stay automatically in sync with dynamic and elastic, hybrid and multi-cloud environments with less overhead.

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Enjoy zero touch and immutable SSH access governance

Ensure your users only get the least privilege and just enough access (JEA) to get the job done without making changes to the SSH configuration files. Onboard machine connections to Zero Trust access models without touching the application code. Make your infrastructure immutable.

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Audit automated and interactive access

Tie all access back to a known user or machine identity with proper tracking, audit trail, and role-based access controls (RBAC). Apply single sign-on (SSO) and multi-factor authentication (MFA) for added security.

Our Zero Trust product portfolio

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SSH Zero Trust Enterprise Key Management

Start your migration to the future of Secure Shell connections without SSH keys in large and heavily regulated enterprise environments. 

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PrivX Zero Trust Privileged Access Management

Easy, automated, and cost-efficient way to manage access to critical data in the hybrid cloud, DevOps repositories, network devices, databases, or industrial target systems. 

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Tectia Zero Trust Secure Remote Access

Just-in-time and enterprise-grade secure remote access & file transmissions to servers and between servers - without leaving SSH Keys behind. 

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Migration of standing privileges provided by SSH keys to ephemeral Just-in-Time access.

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Manage both passwords and SSH keys with least management effort and with minimal number of always-on credentials. No complex management solutions. Reduced management overhead. All Zero Trust and just-in-time aligned. Fill in the form to get your copy >>>

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