1900 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 425
Los Angeles, CA 90067
|Customer Snapshot: Large Federal Credit Union|
The credit union was founded in the 1930’s and has branches located throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico with approximately 218,000 members.
The Situation: To pass frequent financial and regulatory compliance audits, the credit union needed a privileged identity management solution that could locate and update all privileged account passwords and also manage service accounts.
The Solution: Enterprise Random Password Manager was deployed to the credit union’s cross-platform enterprise.
The Result: The credit union has full control over its service account passwords and remains in compliance with its audits.
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Product Updates / Launches / Podcasts
- NEW PRODUCT RELEASE! Enterprise Random Password Manager (ERPM) Release 4.82 has been announced and is currently available. This is a major release of our enterprise Privileged Identity Management solution. New features include:
- System Set Delegations: you can now define that a user should be able to recover passwords for one set of systems but have to request passwords for another.
- More Event Sink Integrations: Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) and ArcSight integrations, and better support for Microsoft Biztalk and industry standard syslogging processes.
- Vastly improved support for non-Windows platforms.
- Fore a detailed list of updates, please visit our ERPM Revision History page.
- Task Scheduler Pro now supports all major platforms in the Windows enterprise including Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista. With this security management tool IT administrators can schedule and modify tasks for all Windows servers and workstations in the network simultaneously, rather than manually managing tasks on one machine at a time. Click here for more information.
Events / Press / Analysts
- Join us at Microsoft TechEd 2010 in New Orleans, June 7-10. As a Silver Sponsor, we will be in Booth 1110.
- Lieberman Software Praise, Barney's Blog - Redmondmag.com. "... We have been running RPM in our environment now for over two years and have nothing but good things to say about it. We leverage RPM to randomize all of our Managed Desktops and Production server local administrator passwords. This is to remain inline with our internal password compliance standards. We are managing roughly 2500 clients with very minimal system overhead. The server runs in our VMware ESX environment with the database residing in our production SQL cluster. All in all the system takes up very little resources because it is agent-less and accesses machines via the RPC shares in windows. We have a heterogeneous environment and since RPM looks at the RID IDs of the accounts, users can rename the local administrator account to whatever they feel like. However, RPM will still find the account and change the password when the job runs -- a very nice feature. The other great part of RPM is it's not tied down to one specific OS. We manage all of our Windows (XP, Vista, 7) machines as well as our managed Apple (10.5, 10.6) computers with the same system and service account. A very unique feature in today's marketplace." For more, read the full article.
- Accountability and Transparency: Keys to Security in the Cloud. Virtual Strategy Magazine. "How can we trust in the cloud if the vendors of cloud-based infrastructures neglect to implement both the process and technology to assure that segregation of duties are enforced, and customer and vendor identities are secured?"
- Revealing the 'cracks' in provisioning. Network World Security Identity Management Alert. "Organizations have to ask themselves the question, 'Where do we have accounts? Tell me all of the places where we have accounts, and tell me all the things they use these accounts for.'"
- Goldman Sachs Sued For Illegal Database Access. DarkReading. "Sharing a bucket of KFC chicken with a friend is OK. Sharing the secret formula for KFC chicken with a friend who then goes out and makes money from the information is not OK."