Looking for privileged access management? There’s no such thing as privileged access. Just access. Everyone in a company today has access: data scientists, marketers, engineers, everyone.
Look beyond PAM. Look beyond a “privileged password” or “privileged account”. It’s not about cybersecurity. It’s only about provisioning access.
What do you do for privileged end user account credentials being stored in spreadsheets, employee computers being left unlocked at their desk, or even company property getting lost?
How do you revoke access or disable or remove credentials if an employee gets laid off? Are they deleted? How do you monitor if access is still allowed? What if they took the credentials with them and access is still allowed?
These questions are all answered with strongDM. Know who has access to what, and when, all in real time
Think passwords and other credentials are safely stored within password vaults? Enterprise password vaults and password management aren’t enough. These identity managers are only storage mechanism, and even they are at risk.
Instead of trying to spend months or years building security solution infrastructure in-house, or trying to mangle together different security solutions and identity management products, when there’s only one total access management solution. strongDM has the security of PAM solutions, while deploying and operating like a SaaS product.It covers all databases, SSH, RDP, and Kubernetes.
Monitoring and auditing privileged access management—for employees, vendors, everyone else that might potentially touch your infrastructure is essential for protecting the integrity of the system itself, as well as for meeting a growing list of potential compliance requirements. An access manager isn’t enough.
Look beyond Intel, Ekran System, IBM, Samsung, Broadcom, Dell, and Beyondtrust. Look no further for access control and auditing of your infrastructure or data center, whether it’s on-premises or in the cloud (including Amazon AWS).
strongDM is a proxy that manages and audits access to all servers, databases, and Kubernetes clusters. strongDM simplifies onboarding, offboarding, and evidence collection for technical teams. strongDM consists of an authentication API, protocol-aware proxy, and log repository, including session recording for Linux / SSH sessions.
strongDM deploys as a self-healing mesh network that works out of the box.
Authentication API: strongDM integrates with single sign on (SSO) identity and access management service providers such as LDAP, Okta, OneLogin, Google GSuite, and ADFS (on Windows) using OIDC. This streamlines the work to onboard and offboard technical staff by centralizing permissions to databases and servers as well as applications.
Proxy: strongDM routes all database and server connections through its protocol-aware proxy, which automatically load balances and fails over to manage high availability.
Log repository: strongDM deconstructs every database and server protocol in order to log every permission change, query, ssh, and RDP session. Log storage is fully configurable with options to retain logs locally, encrypt, and stream to any log aggregator.