The Single Connect™ Password Vault keeps all passwords in a secure, centralized vault, in fully encrypted form and assigns strong and unique passwords to your target hosts, as well as automating the randomization of your passwords. Enables user accountability and unified visibility of who used which system credentials for what purpose and when. Provides trails required to comply with internal audits and regulations.
Makes sure the real user of the local account is indisputable. The Single Connect DPC logs which real user checked out the OTP (One-Time Password), along with the beginning and end times.
The passwords are not shared among employees. The password is valid for a limited time and even if an employee shares it, he is still accountable because Single Connect DPC indisputably logs which real user checked out the One-Time Password.
Single Connect's Password Vault not only secures privileged account passwords but also stores & manages sensitive information such as private passwords, documents and digital identities (SSH keys, certificates and digital assets).
Provides audit trails of who used which system credentials for what purpose and when.
One or two-level managerial approval processes can be applied for password check-out.
Makes sure strong passwords are used for local and service accounts by having the Single Connect Password Vault generate them.
Auto enable new user account with privileges when a new employee starts work (integration with enterprise Active Directory or LDAP is required). Also enables the auto lock of the user account when an employee terminates employment (integration with enterprise Active Directory or LDAP is required).
The passwords of critical systems can be split into pieces by the DPC so that connections to those systems can only be authorized by the participation of all the users.
Application accounts are used to access databases, connect network devices or other applications, run batch jobs or scripts. The passwords for these accounts are often embedded and stored in unencrypted text files, DB or in source code. Most of the time, these passwords are not changed regularly and can easily be found by people who have access to the server that application runs on, which constitutes a security vulnerability.
The Single Connect AAPM enables enterprises to remove these static passwords stored in applications and keep them in a secure Password Vault. Single Connect provides a token-based authentication for 3rd party applications while accessing the password vault. This authentication process verifies the application identity and gives secure access to the password associated with that identity.