Computer systems used by the United States federal government, and organizations that process federal government information, must comply with NIST 800-53 ‘Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations.’
Very often employees spend a significant amount of time manually monitoring and updating service account passwords in order to fulfill NIST 800-53 compliance requirements.
Thycotic’s Secret Server enterprise password management software provides a centralized location for tracking the passwords you need to monitor, change those passwords, and keep a record of who had access to them – and all in a way that requires no man hours.
Edfinancial used Secret Server to meet NIST 800-53 password requirements while drastically reducing the impact on employee time.
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