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Managing SharePoint’s many service accounts and application pools, including embedded account passwords can be extremely difficult and leave other applications using the service accounts at high-risk. Complexities around manually changing SharePoint accounts can be time consuming and prone to error, leaving your network vulnerable. In this webinar you’ll learn how Thycotic Secret Server automates the password rotation on the domain account and its corresponding dependencies all at once to meet compliance and auditing requirements. Don’t let an unmanaged SharePoint account lead to your next breach.
With stolen administrator passwords the primary cause of many widely publicized security breaches in our shared and de-perimeterized economy securing privileged accounts has to be your next step. Join Martin Kuppinger, Founder and Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole, as he explains why solutions for Privileged Account security and management are imperative for any global enterprise today and Nathan Wenzler, Executive Director of Security at Thycotic, who will provide a brief demonstration of how Thycotic Secret Server can help you easily control access to critical passwords in one centralized, web-based repository. As an enterprise-wide password security solution, Thycotic Secret Server protects your keys to the kingdom from threats both inside and outside your organization.
Distributed Engine is the next generation of Thycotic Secret Server Agent, designed for scalability. Released in version 8.9, Distributed Engine supports Heartbeat, Password Changing, and Discovery. Learn the different use cases for Distributed Engine and best practices for using it in your environment.
With digital medical records, patient online portals and other electronic methods of healthcare management, maintaining a secure network is critical to meet the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Technical Safegaurd requirements. IT accounts, such as IT admin accounts, application and service accounts, each grant a specific level of access to your companies electronic Protected Health Information (e-PHI). Typically IT teams share these credentials amongst themselves to gain access to equipment storing patient’s information, as needed. This makes it very difficult to know who exactly is accessing your patient’s data and to restrict access amongst IT staff. In this Webinar you’ll learn how Thycotic’s Secret Server Password Management Software manages the availability, rotation, and integrity of the privilege accounts that allow access to electronic Protected Health Information (e-PHI).