Secure Linux and Unix as a Service
The number of organizations needs to provide secure Linux and Unix access is increasing. But data breaches involving stolen Linux and Unix administrative credentials is also skyrocketing. Compromised credentials and unmanaged access to systems by privileged users are the leading threats against enterprise organizations. Failure to prevent breaches can lead to data loss, reputation damage, and operational interruptions.
Control privileged user accounts
Privileged accounts allow attackers to take full control of an organization’s IT infrastructure, disable security controls, steal confidential information, and disrupt operations. Stolen, abused or misused privileged credentials are used in nearly all breaches. With this growing threat, organizations need controls put in place to proactively protect against, detect and respond to in-progress cyber attacks before they strike vital systems and compromise sensitive data.

Controls over privileged users are not only a business imperative, they are also mandated in a host of regulations, and standards spanning multiple industries and sectors. Failure to achieve and demonstrate compliance with privileged access regulatory mandates can lead to audit findings, fines and additional costs.
Enterprise Application Access eases managing secure Linux and Unix access
Enterprise Application Access removes the pain suffered by IT teams associated with building and managing secure Linux and Unix access for privileged users. Enterprise Application Access is easy to deploy, provision, change and monitor. It removes all the complexity; no device software, no software upgrades or updates, and no additional hardware. As a central point of entry and control, Enterprise Application Access provides a single management pane for detailed audit, visibility, control and compliance reporting. The result is simple, secure access for secure Linux and Unix privileged users.