Managing individual vendor users can be a painful and manual process. To increase efficiency and security, vendor identity lifecycle management is handled outside of your corporate directory.
Every activity of each vendor user is automatically tracked and accessible via video replay or keystroke logs. Real-time alerts provide visibility for any vendor activity.
Least privileged access is enforced, giving technicians access to only the applications where they’re truly needed. Enterprises control access by schedule, application, and vendor domain.
That makes the privileged access they have to your network a significant risk.
IT ONLY TAKES ONE VENDOR TO ABUSE A NETWORK. JUST ONE.
Dozens or hundreds of vendors need access to your systems.
Hundreds or thousands of unknown people are connecting to your network.
SHARING IS NOT CARING.
Some systems let vendors share credentials across teams.
Passwords can be passed internally by a sticky note or Wiki.
Credential sharing means less security and no auditability.
AS VENDOR EMPLOYEES COME AND GO, YOUR RISKS GO UP AND UP.
You don’t know when vendor employees are hired or fired.
When vendors leave, they might still have passwords to your network.
Unauthorized users can wreak havoc within your systems.
VPNS ARE RISKY BUSINESS.
Current VPN solutions often have security gaps and lack accountability.
Once in your system, VPN visitors can go from server to server.
SEPTEMBER 1, 2020| BLOG
Learn about SecureLink's deployment options to figure out which is the best for you, your company, and your needs. Our options include on-premises, like a virtual appliance or hardware, as well as hosted in the SecureLink cloud.
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