Ensure that remote access is secure, controlled and monitored.

To support globally distributed datacenters and secure cloud computing environments, enterprises must provide remote access to employees and third-party personnel with whom they have contracted. This includes field technicians, IT and helpdesk support, and many others.

Granting this access can expose an enterprise to tremendous risk, as cyber attackers are more likely to attack these often less secure and less guarded access points.

Key questions enterprises should be asking themselves include:

  • Do you trust the person connecting to give them access into your core systems?
  • Are you replacing credentials immediately after a remote vendor has logged in?

What if you could grant secure access into your datacenter without even having to expose the privileged credential to the end-user? CyberArk provides the industry’s most advanced privileged account management solutions to ensure that remote access is secure, controlled and monitored. This allows enterprises to enforce solid risk management practices yet address the operational needs that support their business.

CyberArk’s solution creates a secure zone when connecting as a privileged user, fully controlling who can access remotely and monitoring the session in real-time.

Key Benefits:

  • Secure access without exposing the privileged credential to the end user, eliminating the risk of credential exploitation or keylogging.
  • Accountability of who is accessing the datacenter remotely with a tamper-proof audit trail.
  • Session control over who can access, enforcement of workflows such as managerial approval, ticketing integration, session duration limitation and automatic termination when idle.
  • Real-time monitoring to view privileged activities as they are happening or as a recorded playback for forensic analysis. Sessions can be remotely terminated or intervened with when necessary for more efficient and secure IT compliance and cyber security operations.
  • Secure isolation between the remote user’s desktop and the target system they are connecting to so that any potential malware does not spread to the target systems, creating an ideal jump server environment.