assets need to be prevented from fallacious people and the only key to it is
Identity Management. A threat is treacherous when it exists in the soul of an
organisation, from employees exchanging passwords, having compromised accounts
exposed or people who are hiding behind shared and default accounts. It becomes
an essential part of insider alleviation by default.
Principal tasks of identity and access management (IAM) systems include:
Validating and sanctioning users in a secure yet convenient manner
Assigning actions to concerned users and individualize every account.
Controlling access permissions in a granular, time-based, and purpose-based manner
Authenticated users to be monitored and audited
Any incident related to security breach must be responded immediately
Security best practices to be implemented and all compliance requirement to be addressed
Our System delivers
an essential identity management toolset, helping you with these tasks and
ensuring compliance with multiple security regulations as well as NIST security
Identity management software addresses an establishment’s vigorous need for consistent validation of users’ individualities and explicit provenance of each action to a specific soul. Our supple identity management dais is flawlessly integrated with access control, user activity monitoring, and incident response functionality.
Alleviate the risk of invasions with the help of our two-factor authentication (2FA) tool. 2FA serves as an added authentication that the person attempting to access your critical assets is who they claim to be.
This feature adds one more level of protection to your serious endpoints and complex data by combining two factors:
Information (user credentials)
Ownership (authorized mobile device)
Our system applies a proven time-based one-time password scheme as different to costly SMS and physical tokens. Our 2FA tool can be deployed on any Windows and Linux server or workstation under any of our licenses.
perceptibility and transparency over actions performed under generic permits
(root or admin) with the help of our system's secondary
You can use this tool to:
Attribute actions of anonymous admins and default OS accounts to individuals
Comply with security ethics regarding explicit user–action credit
Simplify incident investigation by tracking a user’s actions across accounts
authentication feature is available for every customer under any license.
Once handler uniqueness is confirmed, the next stage is managing admission permissions with access management capabilities. Secure your critical endpoints and ensure granular access by:
Passing on, uplifting, dismissing, and managing access privileges
Granting temporary access permissions by request
Reviewing privileged user action
Vesting real-time incident response
management (PAM) functionality comprises honored account and session management
(PASM), password management, one-time passwords, ticketing system integration,