• 27 JAN 15

5 Reasons Why You Should Attend Thycotic’s UNLOCKED Conference

We’re excited to announce our first user conference on Sunday, May 3, 2015, in Chicago! The one-day conference includes opportunities to connect one-to-one with Thycotic experts and your peers. Attend technical deep dive sessions to learn security best practices and build your 2015 password management plan. Here are the top 5 reasons you should attend

  • 20 JAN 15

Find out what’s new in Thycotic Secret Server 8.8! (Hint, it’s got some pretty cool new security features)

Thycotic Secret Server 8.8 is coming out later this month. Check out some of its new features. HSM INTEGRATON FOR ADDED SECURITY Are you a user of a hardware security module (HSM) who wishes you could integrate it with Secret Server to protect your encryption.config file? It’s your lucky day, because Secret Server 8.8 supports

  • 19 AUG 14

VMworld Sneak Peek: ESX Discovery

With VMworld 2014 just a week away, we wanted to showcase a special VMware announcement this week. Introducing, advanced capabilities in VMware hypervisor environments coming with the Secret Server 8.7 release. This week’s post is a deep dive into the new ESX/ESXi discovery capabilities. Learn how your team can automatically discover and begin to manage

  • 13 MAY 14

Sneak Peek! New Secret Server user interface coming in version 8.6.

One more reason to follow our blog – you get to see product features before they are released! Our next release is coming later this month, and it includes a big change: a brand new UI that we think you’re going to love. If you’re lucky to be at Microsoft TechEd in Houston this week,

  • 20 FEB 14

Sneak Peek: New Secret Server features only at RSA Conference 2014

2014 marks Thycotic’s 5th year exhibiting at the RSA cybersecurity conference. RSA is one of the largest gatherings of IT security professionals and analysts in North America. This year, the conference takes place February 24-28th 2014 at the Moscone Center. Thycotic to unveil new Secret Server features We’re excited to demonstrate not-yet-published Secret Server features

  • 18 FEB 14

Password Reset Server User Interface REFRESH

Face it, there will always be end-users that forget their passwords. Giving them the ability to reset their own password is key to saving time, money and unnecessary stress, both for the user and the help desk. The trick is to make the reset process as simple as possible. We kept this in mind with

  • 21 JAN 14

Take the Pain (and IT) Out of AD Group Management with Group Management Server

Organizations that have many different departments inevitably have to spend time just to keep things organized, and IT teams become a critical part of this strategy. Often, their role is to help implement software that enhances each employee’s ability to do their job, but they also perform many back-end tasks to organize the network. Active

  • 31 DEC 13

2013: A Security Odyssey

What did 2013 hold for Thycotic Software? New partners, software releases, and other exciting milestones. Join us for our movie themed year-in-review. This year, in the wake of dozens of newsworthy data breaches, the landscape for IT security broadened with every headline. The importance of securing privileged credentials and managing identity went from a “nice

  • 17 DEC 13

Launch Away-Multiple Launcher Sneak Peek

One of the most popular features in Secret Server is the Launcher. With one click, Secret Server can launch and authenticate to RDP, PuTTY or a website. You can also launch a custom executable with Secret Server and pass in command-line arguments that reference Secret values. Additionally, the Windows Form Filler can be used to

  • 05 NOV 13

Don’t miss our monthly webinars!

Every month, Thycotic hosts a webinar to explore new features, technical integrations and best practices. Last week we discussed a fairly new feature added to Secret Server version 8.3, which has expanded the list of web password changers. Secret Server can now change passwords on Windows Live, Google and Amazon accounts. This means you can