Secure passwords, protect endpoints and control access

Data breaches are almost always the result of compromised endpoints and privileged credentials. That’s why the monitoring and protection of privileged accounts has emerged as one of the most important aspects of cybersecurity today. In combination with privileged account discovery and protection, organizations must also enforce a least privilege management strategy. Implementing least privilege security on the endpoint is mission-critical, as local administrator rights are prime targets for cyber criminals. To thoroughly protect an organization’s sensitive data, solutions need to be in place that keep both endpoints and privileged credentials secure.

Succeed with privileged access management

Install

Get up and running fast with turnkey installation and out-of-the-box auditing and reporting tools.

Scale

Manage multiple databases, software applications, hypervisors, network devices, and security tools.

Customize

Create endless customizations with direct control to on-premise and cloud privileged access management.

Own your privileged access management journey

Discover unknown accounts

Automatic discovery within IBM Security Secret Server makes it easier to find and secure privileges for service, application, root and administrator accounts across your enterprise. Keep privileged credentials safe with secure vaulting and password management. Stay proactive with automated password rotation, secret checkout and workflows for access requests.

Enforce a least privilege strategy

The concept of least privilege management is so important because it helps you proactively ensure that when credentials are abused, privileges are limited. This means that any exploitation on an endpoint can be quickly detected and contained. IBM Security Privilege Manager removes excess privileges from endpoints without negatively impacting productivity.

Monitor for risky applications

Delivering comprehensive privileged access management means securing applications at the endpoint. When business users log into their workstations and need to run an application that requires elevated privileges, IBM Security Privilege Manager controls which applications they are allowed to run with policy-driven controls. Elevating individual applications is the most secure approach to application control.