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6 PAM Technology Integrations That Should Be On Every PAM Admin’s To-Do List

May 14th, 2019

Mastering the art and science of integrating other technologies with PAM solutions to enable maximum cyber security visibility and efficiency is no small task. Start from the premise that PAM controls work best when they are integrated with other IT and cyber security tools.  With tight integration, the IT Admin with an advanced level of knowledge can…


Are We Becoming an Industry of PAM “Haves” and “Have-Nots?”

May 7th, 2019

We are worried. A few years back, Gartner reported that more than 65% of organizations allow unrestricted, unmonitored and shared use of privileged accounts. (Forecast Snapshot: Privileged Access Management, Worldwide, 2017). Surely, we thought, with high-profile cyber-attacks in the news and rapid growth of the PAM industry, that number must be decreasing. So, at the…


Breaking the Glass With Unlimited Administration Mode

May 28th, 2017

What happens when a user creates Secrets and does not share them with anyone else, or if you are administrating Secret Server and need to re-organize your Secrets? Secret Server’s “break the glass” feature, Unlimited Administration Mode, can help in those situations. The Unlimited Administrator Mode allows designated users to manage Secrets they would normally…


SSL: Beyond the Basics Part 3: Certificates

May 22nd, 2014

In our previous post, we discussed configuring TLS cipher suites to maximize security by preferring newer, more secure ciphers and removing older ones where possible. For this post, we will take a closer look at different types of certificates that are used in HTTPS. The certificate is responsible for several different things when securing a…


Secret Server Disaster Recovery 101: Part 2

May 20th, 2014

So you’ve taken measures to protect and preserve your information. Now how do you restore it in a disaster? Part 2 of our Disaster Recovery series explains how you can quickly restore a working copy of Secret Server in the case that your primary instance of Secret Server fails. Note that the following steps assume…


SSL: Beyond the Basics Part 2: Ciphers

May 16th, 2014

In our previous post, we discussed the different protocols for SSL and TLS, and how we can improve security by disabling older, less secure protocols and enabling newer, more secure ones. Today, we will talk about ciphers, which is one of the key pieces to making these protocols work. Here’s a quick refresher: In daily…


SSL: Beyond the Basics

May 8th, 2014

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,…


Secret Server Disaster Recovery 101: Part 1

April 22nd, 2014

FORM YOUR DR Just like any tool that enhances your company’s security, the security of the tool itself is of ultimate importance. That means no back-doors 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 ensure your organization’s…


Introducing Secret Server 8.5 Pt. 4: SSH Proxy

April 10th, 2014

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. Check back each week through April to learn something new about 8.5 and how it will increase your team’s overall security and productivity. This week we take a…


Introducing Secret Server 8.5 Pt. 2: Scalability Enhancements for Remote Password Changing, Heartbeat and Discovery

March 27th, 2014

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. Check back each week through April to learn something new about 8.5 and how it will increase your team’s overall security and productivity. Today we are going to…