Are your credentials being stored securely? Do your users write them down in plain text in Notepad, Word, or Excel documents? Are any passwords saved and cached in web browsers? If your answer to any of these questions is YES, your business is vulnerable to security breaches.
Unsafe credential practices are today more common than you could imagine, with even some ISO 27001-certified businesses not fully compliant. Any time credentials are being saved in plain text on the network; there’s a risk of attackers getting a hold of them. This could result in severe consequences for your business, including loss of company funds, compromised sensitive enterprise and personal data, and irreparable reputational damage.
Establish a security vault to protect your information assets
Share passwords and other valuable information securely
Generate strong passwords for increased protection
With Evo Privilege Access Manager, you can take advantage of an encrypted central repository for users to securely save their credentials.
Using Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), administrators easily ensure that user can only retrieve credentials they are privileged to access.
Thanks to an option to integrate with Active Directory, your administrators can tumble a password to provide a seamless method to reset it without having to do the same for multiple systems.
And with auditing capabilities allowing to monitor each time particular credentials are accessed, you will always know whenever a user logs into a system.