Thycotic's Secret Server 9.0 to Tackle Cyber-Threats
FREMONT, CA: Thycotic, a provider of privileged account management (PAM) solutions announced the launch of their latest solution—Secret Server 9.0. The software provides a security layer against the cyber threats that aim at private accounts to pull out important information from inside an organization. The solution is easy to implement, simpler to use and scalable enterprise class solution at a cost-effective price.
As far as the vital improvements of the Secret Server 9.0 are concerned, the solution offers three key features to its users - Geo Replicated Databases, Unix command White listing and Mac Session Launcher. Geo Replicated Databases provides an advantage over the Microsoft SQL Server Replication by allowing every site have its individual database and still use the Secret Server even if the main site doesn’t load the data. Secondly, Secret Server supervisors develop UNIX command White listing using the UNIX privilege Management product module with working on any device that uses SSH like network equipment, UNIX and Mac. Lastly, the Mac Session Launcher offers similar feature as the Windows Session Launcher which brings in Session recording, proxy and specially made Mac applications launch.
“These new enhancements allow users to grant access and protection even if the network between sites goes down. They also increase and broaden overall security with specific control management and cross platform support,” says Jonathan Cogley, Founder and CTO of Thycotic.
Thycotic protects privileged account access for multifaceted enterprises globally, which includes Fortune 500 organizations as well. Customers can leverage the wide variety of Thycotic’s solutions to secure credentials from cyber attacks and severe hackings.
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