Thycotic Blog

Technical Product Updates and Industry Trends

  • SSL: Beyond the Basics

    Part 1: Protocol Selection Here at Thycotic we have a wide range of recommended security best practices for our customers, and one of the first things we recommend is setting up SSL, or Secure Socket Layer, for Secret Server. Setting up SSL is fairly trivial once an SSL certificate is obtained. Once it’s set up,

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  • Thycotic Webinar: Proactive Security Strategies for IT Teams

    Get ready Houston, TechEd North America is coming to town! With Microsoft’s premier technology conference kicking off in less than a week we wanted to do something special to get everyone ready for one of the biggest IT events of the year. That’s why we invited our special guest, veteran TechEd session leader and Microsoft

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  • Don’t be the next target! Insider Threat Webinar: Tuesday, May 6 2014

    What is the biggest threat to your sensitive information? The security breaches at Shionogi Pharmaceuticals, South Carolina Department of Revenue and the United Way weren’t caused by external threats – they were initiated by an insider; a seemingly trustworthy employee or ex-employee of the company that had privileged account credentials allowing access to the organization’s

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  • Secret Server Disaster Recovery 101

    Part 1: Form your DR plan Just like any tool that enhances your company’s security, the security of the tool itself is of ultimate importance. That means no backdoors and no way for Thycotic or anyone other than yourselves to decrypt your data. This is really important, but a disaster recovery plan is critical to

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  • Introducing Secret Server 8.5 Pt. 5: PowerShell 3

    Secret Server 8.5 adds a number of new features and functionality. These new features are pretty awesome, so we decided this release deserves a little extra showcasing. Each Thursday post since the 8.5 release highlighted a new Secret Server feature. Check out our previous posts to learn how 8.5 will increase your team’s overall security

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  • Get Increased Control for Identity Verification with Password Reset Server’s Latest Upgrade

    Password Reset Server’s most recent upgrade to 3.2 gives greater control over the identity verification process by allowing administrators to define which questions users must answer correctly. Now, verification questions can be marked as Optional, Required or Grouped. Required Questions Administrators can now mark specific questions as Required, meaning that users will have to provide

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