Learn how One Identity Privileged Management Solutions simplify privileged account management, and let you enable privileged access without putting your entire organization at risk.
Easily overcome security and administration challenges inherent in UNIX-based systems — and achieve compliance — with the Privileged Access Suite for Unix. The suite is a one-stop shop for UNIX security that combines Active Directory bridge and root-delegation solutions in one console. It consolidates and unifies UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X identities. Plus, it assigns individual accountability, enables least-privilege access and centralizes access reporting of the UNIX root account. This gives organizations complete visibility, and streamlines administration of identities and access rights for UNIX environments.
Consolidate UNIX accounts and extend the authentication, authorization and administration infrastructure of Active Directory to UNIX, Mac OS X and Linux systems. This solution enables UNIX-based systems to operate as full citizens within Active Directory to simplify identity management.
Protect your organization by granting administrators access to only the UNIX root commands that they need to perform their responsibilities.
Centralized management and administration
Enforce unified access policies and centrally configure them across your entire UNIX environment.
Solve the challenge of reporting on sudo access rights. With no change to how end users operate, there is no training required. Plus, access reporting for auditing and compliance requirements is simplified.
Use a single console to gain integrated, comprehensive control and visibility into UNIX/Linux activities. Get a clear view of an access policy’s history, such as when it was applied and who created it. Plus, you can enjoy centralized reporting on individual access rights across your sudo environment, as well as get an enterprise delegation solution integrated with user-account data in Active Directory.
Trust but verify
Gain visibility and accountability into rights and activities required to satisfy security and compliance demands. Get audit capabilities, including rights and policy reporting, history, keystroke logging, and change tracking and rollback.
Achieve true single sign-on for UNIX, Mac OS X and Linux environments, as well as standards-based applications, such as SAP and others.
Easily overcome security and admin challenges inherent in UNIX-based systems
With today’s stringent compliance environment, sophisticated and varied threats, and the demand of interoperability with the full range of non-Unix systems, Unix-based organizations face many identity and access management (IAM) challenges.
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AD bridge solutions address this problem by enabling Unix, Linux, and Mac OS X systems to participate as “full citizens” in Active Directory.
This video will show you how to centrally manage privileged accounts, using the policy-based workflows provided by One Identity solutions.
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Extend the authentication, authorization and administration of Active Directory to UNIX/Linux
Enhance Sudo 1.8.X with a central policy server, centralized sudo management and reporting
Define policies for root function access, as well as when and where this access is performed
Securely store, manage, record and analyze privileged access.
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