Make tracking and storing your important accounts and passwords an easy task. Our Privileged Account Management solutions do just this. Account details and credentials are stored in a secure vault, which automatically rotates passwords to keep your accounts secure.
PAM protects your system from accidental or deliberate misuse of privileged accounts by only giving access to those who are authorised and revoking access as soon as the need ends.
Removes the need for local/direct system passwords for privileged users.
Find out in Least Privilege Cybersecurity for dummies – a free ebook that combines Thycotic’s specialist expertise and experience with the simple, digestible and actionable “for dummies” format.
This easy guide provides a summary of the 5 pillars of Cyber Essentials certification and explains how PAM can help you enforce the controls you need to get started.
This report describes the results from a groundbreaking global study by Thycotic that reveals major risk and compliance gaps in how organisations manage and secure their privileged accounts and access to sensitive systems, infrastructure and data.
Focusing on the aspects of security that most IT security technology can’t help with, it’s a concise, easy to digest guide to understanding your risk, improving protection, and attack response.
Privileged Account Management For Dummies gives you practical tips, strategies, and insights from the world’s leading PAM company.
Secret Server makes managing your privileged account passwords simple and affordable. And all-in-one place.
Get a single, comprehensive view of all your privileged accounts with the Privileged Accounts Discovery Tool for Windows/UNIX.
The cyber security toolkit for college students and families is an essential guide you need to keep safe.
Thycotic’s free incident response plan template is designed to prevent a cyber breach from becoming a cyber catastrophe.
Thycotic’s free Privileged Password Security Policy Template gives you best-practice policies to help your organisation improve IT security and demonstrate regulatory compliance.
Find out how simple your PAM software really is with our checklist.
Many organisations and IT Administrators today still use Excel spreadsheets to store privileged account passwords and share them among employees to maintain access to important and critical systems.
All organisations today are under constant attack, and high-privilege accounts are a primary target, allowing attackers to cause maximum damage due to the elevated privileges.
From insider threats to external attacks from nation states, the risks today are enormous including company reputation damage, dismissal of executives, punitive fines, costly remediation and expensive outages.
At Secon Cyber, we work closely with our strategic partner, Thycotic, to provide the very best in Privileged Account Management (PAM) solutions.