Thycotic Blog

Technical Product Updates and Industry Trends

  • VMworld 2014 Customer Party Details

    This is the blog post you’ve been waiting for… the VMworld party details! This year we wanted to really show our appreciation to you as customers by taking over San Francisco’s only organic brewery, ThirstyBear Brewing Co., and giving you a night of endless food and beer. The Location Just one block from Moscone Convention

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  • It’s Here! New Thycotic Website

    Noticed anything different about Thycotic.com? Yes, the website has gone through a complete transformation. Our marketing team has been diligently working to create a user-friendly navigation experience and fresh new look. If you’ve seen us on the road this year, you probably noticed our new look, which we debuted in February at RSA. We continued

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  • Step-by-Step Guide: Getting Started with Secret Server

    You’ve taken the first step to securing your privileged account passwords by requesting a Secret Server trial. Now what? Don’t worry, the evaluation is simple and fast. To make your life even easier, we prepared a step-by-step guide so you know what to do and who to include in the process. We’ll offer these tips

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  • Storing Physical Secrets in Secret Server: The Cipher Lock

    Cipher locks are still widely used today, but a major concern still exists and that’s how to manage and secure them. A cipher lock is a lock that is opened with a programmable keypad that is used to limit and control access to a highly sensitive area. Many organizations use cipher locks to control access

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  • Define, Apply & Standardize Security Policies across Secret Server

    When managing sensitive, privileged accounts, the ability to dial down granular policies and controls is imperative for a strong security posture. Secret Server provides a wide landscape of customization for security policies on Secrets. Most configurations can be set at either the Template or the Secret level. This approach provides admins global and granular control

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  • Don’t let your company’s social media get hacked: Deploy Secret Server to end-users

    An innocent action performed by an Austrian teen recently affected the Twitter handles of BBC News and CNN accounts. He was experimenting with HTML when he exploited an open vulnerability in TweetDeck, Twitter’s social media management platform. Over 10.1 million of BBC News’s followers received a self-retweeting hack, in just seconds damaging the reputation of

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