CyberArk Identity Lifecycle Management provides an easy way to route application access requests, create application accounts, manage entitlements for those accounts, and revoke access when necessary. With CyberArk Identity Lifecycle Management, you can enable users to request access to applications from the CyberArk Identity App Catalog, provide specific users the ability to approve or reject these access requests, and automatically create, update, and deactivate accounts based on user roles or stages of employment.
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Release 21.4 includes support for enhanced delegated administration, desktop-based CyberArk Identity Authenticator client, the ability to create policies for specific IP ranges, and more.
“Never trust, always verify”. A Zero Trust approach protects against identity-based attacks. Identity Security provides the controls you need to achieve a Zero Trust.
Release 21.3 adds support for delegated administration using Organizational Units, secondary authentication using Duo MFA service, and passwordless authentication for AD users to Windows endpoints.
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