Having trouble defining, controlling and monitoring administrative privileges across your IT systems? If so, you’re not alone. Most Linux and UNIX-like operating systems and database shared functional accounts provide unrestricted, untraceable access - making privileged account management very difficult.
Core Privileged Access Manager (BoKS) solves these issues by centrally controlling privileged account delegation and enforcing which commands can be executed by role. It eliminates privileged password sharing to significantly reduce the risk of insider fraud.
How We Help You Gain Control of Access
Define and enforce who is granted elevated privilege, when, from where, and how
Require context driven authentication
Vary authentication based on who, what, when and where
Require individual logins
Require users to log in using their own password or token, and elevate privilege without a shared password
Control command execution
Control which commands can be executed by privileged users, and audit privileged activity
Delegate privileges granularly
Granular delegation of privilege
Assign command sets
Assign command sets instead of giving root
Centrally manage sudo
Lock all doors
With “locks” on all the “doors”, and keys only being used in the right places at the right times you are sure you are taking centralized control of SSH
The Benefits of Privileged Access Controls with BoKS
Reduce Admin Overhead
The centralization of policy and audit data reduces the administrative overhead normally associated with these tasks.
Define the who can do what, from where, when, and how to ensure stronger security that prevents breaches before they start.