Unify, Verify and Adapt
Enhancing your cybersecurity posture starts with identity security. One Identity can help unify your approach to managing access rights for better visibility and control, verify everything before granting access to your most-important assets and help you adapt to an evolving threat landscape.
Privileged Access Management
One Identity Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions mitigate security risks and enable compliance. Now available as a SaaS-delivered or traditional on-prem offering. You can secure, control, monitor, analyze and govern privileged access across multiple environments and platforms. Complete flexibility to provide the full credential when necessary or limit access to Zero Trust and least-privileged operating models.
Privileged session management
Control, monitor and record privileged sessions of administrators, remote vendors and other high-risk users. Sessions recordings are indexed to simplify and accelerate searching for events. Automated reports enable you to easily meet your auditing and compliance requirements.
Privileged password vault
Automate, control and secure the process of granting privileged credentials with role-based access management and automated workflows. Plus, you can manage passwords from anywhere with nearly any device.
Privileged threat analytics
Analyze privileged session recordings to identify your high-risk privileged users. Monitor questionable behaviors and other anomalies so that you can discover internal and external threats and take immediate actions to prevent breaches.
Least privileged access
Protect your organization and prevent security breaches by providing just the right amount of access to administrators so that they can perform their duties. Implement a least-privilege security approach with granular delegation of administrative access on UNIX and Windows servers and desktops.
UNIX identity consolidation
Remove the stand-alone authentication and authorization requirement of native UNIX in favor of a more secure, single-identity/point-of-management functionality available through Active Directory (AD). Using the One Identity AD bridge solution, you can extend the unified authentication and authorization of Active Directory to UNIX, Linux and Mac systems.
Privileged access governance
Integrate Identity Manager with Safeguard to extend its governance capabilities, including unified policies, automated and business-driven attestation, and enterprise provisioning. Users can request, provision and attest to privileged- and general-user access within Identity Manager thus achieving a unified governance approach for all employees, regardless of their role and level of access.
ESET Secure Authentication
Multi-factor authentication from a leading cybersecurity provider that is easy to implement and useMulti-factor authentication (MFA), also known as two-factor authentication (2FA), is an authentication method which requires two independent pieces of information to verify a user’s identity. MFA is much stronger than using a traditional, static password or PIN authentication. By complementing traditional authentication with a dynamic second factor, it effectively reduces the risk of data breaches caused by weak or leaked passwords.
ESET Secure Authentication provides an easy way for businesses of all sizes to implement MFA across commonly utilized systems such as VPNs, Remote Desktop Protocol, Office 365, Outlook Web Access, operating system login and more.
2FA made easy
Authentication is easy: just answer a prompt sent to your phone. Works on iOS and Android devices, and for all platforms and services.
Multiple ways to authenticate
ESET Secure Authentication supports mobile applications, push notifications, hardware tokens, FIDO security keys, as well as custom methods.
The aim was to create an application that a small business with no IT staff at all could set up and configure. Whether a business has five users or thousands of users, ESET Secure Authentication, due to its ability to provision multiple users at the same time, keeps setup time to the absolute minimum.
Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Outlook Web Access (OWA), VMware Horizon View and RADIUS-based services are all natively supported by ESET Secure Authentication.
Lets you authenticate with a single tap, with no need to retype the one-time password. Works with iOS and Android smartphones.
In addition to on-premises applications, ESET Secure Authentication also supports web/cloud services such as Office 365, Google Apps, Dropbox and many others, via ADFS 3.0 or SAML protocol integration.
ESET Secure Authentication uses its own streamlined management console accessible via a web browser. You can opt in for integration with Active Directory, but also deploy the solution in non-AD environments. Once installed, no additional training or professional services are required to set up and deploy ESET Secure Authentication.
No dedicated hardware required
All the costs of ESET Secure Authentication are built in so no dedicated hardware is necessary. Simply install the solution on a server and start provisioning.
For organizations that want to do even more with ESET Secure Authentication, we include a full-featured API, as well as SDK, that customers can use to extend MFA to the applications or platforms that they use – even without a dedicated plugin.