RevBits Privileged Access Management native clients are available for all common operating systems and browsers and allow for full access to network resources with a single click. RevBits Privileged Access Management includes operating system support for Windows, Linux, MacOS, and Android & iOS and browser support for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Edge and Opera.
RevBits Privileged Access Management utilizes a zero-knowledge encryption model for maximum data security, where data encryption takes place on the device. The encrypted data is stored on the server and the encryption key never leaves the device. Encryption keys can be derived from user provided passwords (PBKDF) or from smart cards, HSM devices, USB keys, keyfiles and RFID/NFC tags.
RevBits Privileged Access Management can be integrated into different directory services including Microsoft AD, LDAP and event managements system i.e. SIEM. Additionally, for ease of integration, RevBits Privileged Access Management provides full API functionality with documentation and sample source code in all common programming languages.
RevBits Privileged Access Management is uniquely designed to augment asset access management with DBA monitoring capability. Through unique architectural design, critical database servers such as Oracle SQL, MSSQL, PostgreSQL, MySQL and Cassandra can be onboarded and access to these servers by database administrators can be monitored. By utilizing the solution’s Jump Server, DBA actions involving commands and queries during SQL server sessions are logged andif needed filtered. Native clients, for these critical servers, allow authentic communication to occur while keeping the DBAs from having direct connection to the actual server.
RevBits Privileged Access Management regulates access to critical resources, captures keystrokes and video records all privileged sessions. Fine-grained rules such as session length, days of the week, time of day and more control user access. Additionally, single-click server connections eliminate the common, complex process of accessing critical infrastructure.
Manage all privileged sessions that occur within the network to enhance security to assets and meet regulatory obligations related to HIPAA, PCI, CERT, FDCC and more. Sessions are routed through the solutions Jump Server which controls access to all servers in the network and monitors sessions through active capture of keystrokes as well as video recording. Provide security to assets through session monitoring of trusted insiders and third-party vendors.
RevBits Privileged Access Management Password Module includes native clients for all common operating systems and browsers, saves and files all web application passwords. The Password Module also automatically provides strong password suggestions based on minimum password policies. Additionally, zero-knowledge encryption is used to ensure safety and security of user passwords.
Through the RevBits Privileged Access Management Key Management Module, users can easily generate and store encryption keys. The key management library, which includes sample source code in all common programming languages, simplifies the processes of encrypting, decrypting, signing and verifying data. This eliminates the need to store and safeguard the keys separately and write, test and implement cryptographic libraries.
Scheduled or on-demand scanning detects and identifies all SSL servers in the network. The RevBits Privileged Access Management Certificate Management Module reports all expired or soon-to-expire certificates and vulnerable implementations of SSL. The historical and current status of all SSL servers and certificates are displayed in an easy to navigate dashboard with a single-click export feature.
As an organization’s need for comprehensive access management grows, the expansion of onboarding vendors will also increase. RevBits Privileged Access Management is built to provide comprehensive access management, while reducing the growth in vendor onboarding. With five integrated access management modules in one solution, organizations are in control.Request a Demo
Reduce vendor relationships and increase access management safeguards by covering five primary access control needs in one solution. RevBits Privileged Access Management delivers native client capabilities, full directory integration, zero – knowledge encryption, and many more benefits to organizations expanding their access control environment.Download Datasheet
Automatically or manually protect any network by confining potentially-infected hosts. Based on US Patent awarded design, extend authentication security with Hardware Security Modules (HSMs), smart cards, USB tokens, Near-Field Communications (NFC) and RFID technologies.
Native clients are available in all major operating systems. Operating systems include Windows, Linux, MacOS, iOS, Android and browsers include Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, IE, Edge.
Password management supports authentication in common protocols such as web applications, SSH/RDP/VNC servers and more.
All privileged sessions are video and keystroke recorded, including SSH, RDP and VNC connections.
Request, review and approve the workflow of granting access to critical servers within the RevBits Privileged Access Management application.
Temporary, single-use passwords are generated upon request to access critical servers, eliminating the need to share actual passwords.
Generate symmetric and asymmetric keys and encrypt, decrypt, sign and verify data all in one module with comprehensive source code samples.
The SSL Scanner provides periodic updates on expiring certificates and identifies weak hashing algorithms (in certificates) and other weaknesses in SSL implementations.
The RevBits Privileged Access Management dashboard provides administrators with a complete overview of the status of passwords, privileged sessions, keys and certificates.
Maintain and protect secrets which are vital for authenticating users and applications in the organization. RevBits Privileged Access Management maintains all secrets in an encrypted state both in transit and at rest and comes with a complete SDK in 10+ programming languages.
RevBits Privileged Access Management conducts a self-assurance check on start-up to ensure the solution is fully function and has no application issues.
RevBits PAM fully integrates with the largest SIEM providers, such as Splunk and LogRhythm.
As the recognized leader in Privileged Access Management, RevBits delivers the industry's most comprehensive solution, securing privileged accounts, credentials and secret keys wherever they exist.
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