Enterprise Password Management
Our Approach to Enterprise Password Management
Privileged account credentials (those that grant elevated superuser access to critical systems) should be handled with particular care. That’s where password vaults come in, allowing you to store sensitive credentials in an encrypted database and providing powerful tools to help you more closely monitor when and how those credentials are used.
Single Sign-On (SSO)
When employees have to juggle multiple sets of passwords for different applications, they often choose weak passwords that are easy to remember and write down their passwords on sticky notes. Single sign-on (SSO) helps alleviate these issues and also provides you deeper insight into employees’ use of resources and their password habits.
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
Along with single sign-on (SSO), two-factor authentication (2FA) or multi-factor authentication (MFA) should be used to further strengthen your password management strategy. In the event that passwords are compromised, adaptive checks based on push notifications, location checks, biometrics, and more can help prevent unwanted access.