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Linux Journal Mentions PowerBroker Servers

Posted June 6, 2012    Peter McCalister

We always like to share with our readers when we’ve received media coverage so today I wanted to share with you all our latest mention, in Linux Journal. The most recent issue of Linux Journal mentioned BeyondTrust’s PowerBroker Servers Enterprise product. Here’s what Linux Journal had to say about PowerBroker:

“PowerBroker provides an intuitive GUI to implement priviledged access policy and the ability to log, monitor and report on all user access and activities. This approach empowers IT organiziations with the ability to delegate root tasks and authorization on Linux, UNIX and Mac OS X platforms without ever disclosing the highly sensitive root password.” Continue Reading on Linux Journal.

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Making Windows Endpoints the Least of your Worries

Posted September 2, 2015    Nick Cavalancia

We’re all concerned that someday an external hacker will try to gain access to your company’s critical data and systems. The problem? Your endpoints – both your workstations and servers – bypass (and often leave) the safety and security of your environment daily.

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Why Customers Choose PowerBroker: Low Total Cost of Ownership

Posted September 2, 2015    Scott Lang

In a survey of more than 100 customers, those customers indicated that BeyondTrust’s low powerbroker-difference-2total cost of ownership was a competitive differentiator versus other options in the privileged account management market.

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Passwords: A Hacker’s Best Friend

Posted September 1, 2015    Larry Brock

After all the years of talk about biometrics and multi-factor authentication, we still have passwords and will likely have them for a long time. Because many “high risk” systems require complex passwords (zk7&@1c6), most people that use them believe their passwords are secure. But they aren’t.

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