One Identity has announced the availability of Safeguard for Privileged Passwords 7.0 LTS and Identity Manager 9.0 LTS.
Disparate systems are making it increasingly challenging for security teams to effectively manage the more than 25 systems that half of all companies use to manage identities. This leads to holes throughout an organisation’s identity management infrastructure that makes them more vulnerable to attacks. To combat the rise in identity-based attacks that seep through companies’ identity management silos, One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords 7.0 LTS and Identity Manager 9.0 LTS give visibility and control to better manage and secure an organisation’s environment.
“We’ve seen the obstacles our customers have been facing with the rise in identity-based attacks,” said Mark Logan, CEO at One Identity. “The updates to critical components of our unified identity security platform will help our customers limit the vulnerability gaps in their systems by improving visibility and control of access.”
Safeguard Simplifies Admin’s UX with Updated UI
Enhancements to One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords 7.0 LTS includes the addition of a full-featured web user interface (UI) and remote desktop protocol (RDP) application auto-login. These features simplify admin’s user experience by allowing them to access the platform, request workflows and inject credentials through a web browser to streamline the management of privileged users.
In addition, the integration of OneLogin multi-factor authentication (MFA) support has been added to the platform. Through this addition, customers can now protect mission-critical assets with Safeguard to simplify its management of admins access. Through these feature updates, One Identity helps customers unify their approach to managing access rights for better visibility and control so they can adapt to the evolving threat landscape.