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According to the 2023 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (VDBIR), 74% of all data breaches involve the human element and 49% involve stolen credentials. Protecting passwords, credentials and secrets is a vital component to any cybersecurity strategy.
By enabling automatic credential rotation, organisations drastically reduce their risk of credential-based attacks while also enabling admins to:
Designed to protect multi-cloud and perimeterless environments, KeeperPAM simplifies privilege management for every user, on every device, from every location.
KeeperPAM is enterprise-grade privileged access management that includes Keeper Security’s award-winning Enterprise Password Manager (EPM), Keeper Secrets Manager (KSM) and Keeper Connection Manager (KCM). This zero-knowledge, zero-trust solution allows organisations to secure their most critical assets through a simple, unified platform.
Keeper solves every pain point in the credential lifecycle – from provisioning to deprovisioning. With KeeperPAM, organisations can manage password practices and privileges while simply and securely automating critical activities, including rotation of passwords and secrets.
Weak, repeated and long-standing credentials introduce risk into your environment. That’s why credential rotation is typically mandated by compliance frameworks and a best practice to reduce the security risks associated with terminations, breaches, dark web exposure and more.
Keeper enables organisations to automate changing passwords for privileged accounts including Active Directory (AD) user accounts, SSH keys, database passwords, AWS IAM accounts, Azure IAM accounts and Windows/Mac/Linux user accounts.
For many organisations, internal and compliance policies mandate regular password rotation. To meet these mandates, organisations must rotate passwords on all devices, including computers, servers and IoT devices.
With KeeperPAM, your team can define best practices and requirements for end users. Automation can also handle post-rotation operations such as restarting services or containers.
Keeper’s password rotation uses a lightweight and secure on-premises gateway service, which can be installed with a single command. An outbound connection to Keeper’s cloud security vault is created by the gateway, which establishes a secure tunnel for retrieving rotation requests.
The gateway then utilises Keeper Secrets Manager (KSM) APIs to request and decrypt secrets to perform rotation and communicate with the target device. Keeper’s password rotation ensures zero-knowledge security by performing all decryption locally on the gateway service.
The credential rotation is configured, managed and maintained completely through the Keeper Web Vault or Desktop App. Credential rotation schedules and settings are all stored as encrypted records in Keeper’s cloud vault.
Keeper’s automated password rotation is easy to deploy and manage. Users can quickly share access to records and manage which secrets are visible to the gateway using shared folders.
KeeperPAM seamlessly integrates with a wide range of solutions in the cloud and on-premises. These Integrations include AWS, Azure, Active Directory, SIEMs, databases, CI/CD systems and more than 50 others.