Privileged Access Manager Product Q&A: Introduction to the business challenges of securely managing access to
privileged accounts and the technical processes built into
Privileged Access Manager to secure access to administrator, service and
Securing Privileged Accounts with Hitachi ID Privileged Access Manager: Hitachi ID Privileged Access Manager enables organizations to secure privileged accounts.
It periodically randomizes privileged passwords. Users must
sign into it when they need to access a sensitive account.
The password change and access disclosure process creates strong,
personal authentication authorization over which passwords are
visible to whom and audit of access attempts (AAA).
Hitachi ID Privileged Access Manager Features: Hitachi ID Privileged Access Manager is a system for securing access to privileged
accounts across many servers and workstations. It periodically
randomizes privileged passwords, stores the values in a
replicated database and - when appropriate - discloses access to
administrators, applications and services.
Securing Embedded Passwords with Hitachi ID Privileged Access Manager: Applications often need to connect to other applications or services
on the network to function. For example, a web application may have
to connect to one or more databases to retrieve or update data, to
web services to initiate transactions, to a directory to create or
update user objects, etc.
Best Practices for Managing Access to Privileged Accounts: Describes the business problems that a privileged access
management system is intended to address. Goes on to describe
best practices for defining and enforcing policies regarding access
to privileged accounts on a variety of systems.
Design and Implementation of Administrator Session Monitoring: This document introduces the business case for implementing a session monitoring system to record login sessions to privileged
accounts. It examines a series of technological design decisions
that must be considered when developing a session monitoring system
and offers guidance about how such a system might be best deployed
and managed in practice.