As the need for just-in-time (JIT) privileged access grows, CyberArk Dynamic Privileged Access (DPA) frequently receives new features intended to aid organizations with reducing the risk of standing access rights, helping drive progress toward the ideal state of zero standing privileges (ZSP).
In this latest release, CyberArk DPA expands the service’s coverage to all major cloud providers and it now supports JIT connections to Linux targets in Google Cloud Platform (GCP). CyberArk DPA also offers improved operational efficiency with faster onboarding of AWS accounts with AWS organizations.
JIT Connections to Linux Targets in Google Cloud
Customers can now reduce the risk of standing access rights to their Google Cloud Linux VMs by configuring native JIT connections to VMs with CyberArk DPA.
This new capability adds to existing support for JIT access to Windows and Linux targets in Azure and AWS. With this release, Privileged Access Management (PAM) programs can now centrally provide JIT access to Linux targets across all the major cloud providers, enabling secure access without impacting the efficiency of cloud IT.
Learn more about adding a Google Cloud organization.
Rapid Onboarding of AWS Accounts with AWS Organizations
CyberArk has improved how CyberArk DPA connects to customers’ AWS environments, enhancing operational efficiencies for our customers. With this release, customers receive faster onboarding of AWS organizations to CyberArk DPA by allowing bulk onboarding of AWS accounts and eliminating the need to onboard each AWS account individually.
Learn more about onboarding an AWS organization.
CyberArk connecting to a full AWS organization.
To learn more, check out the latest CyberArk DPA release notes and documentation.