Vendor privileged access management

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Enterprise remote access for third parties

Third parties, vendors, partners, and contractors are essential in business environments, yet third-party remote access poses some of the greatest risk to an organization. Traditional remote access methods like VPNs or desktop sharing tools don’t provide the controls and monitoring to effectively secure third-party access, leaving gaps in security that bad actors can easily exploit.

Understanding third-party risk

Over 50% of organizations have experienced a third-party data breach, primarily as a result of giving too much privileged access. Take a closer look at the 2022 Ponemon Institute Report to find out what organizations are (or aren’t) doing to keep their most critical access points safe.

Address the unique challenges of external users

Enterprise remote access for third parties

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    Third-party identity management

    Verify individual identities and provide them with access to only what they need, when they need it

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    Zero Trust Network Access

    Control critical access with fine-grained access controls and secure credential management

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    Session monitoring

    Record and audit all session activity for complete visibility and regulatory compliance

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    Fast time-to-value

    Deliver fast time-to-value with vendor onboarding support and multiple deployment options

Access management for critical systems

Manage identities with vendor self-registration and assign third-party-specific access policies based on the principle of least privilege. Authenticate access through multifactor authentication and employment verification. 

  • Multi-factor authentication lets you verify the identities of each individual to ensure they are who they say they are 

  • Individual accounts eliminate the risks with shared logins, so you know exactly who is in your network 

  • Password-less authentication enables users to log in without having to enter a password using device-based authentication 

  • Employment verification ensures that the individual requesting access is still employed by the third party, and has a valid reason for access 

  • Self-registration and onboarding workflows enable account creation without needing IT involvement 

From the start, SecureLink focused on our problem and not on other potential interests of the solution. They engaged us with our interests in mind and wanted to partner with us in finding a solution to our specific problem of secure vendor access to our environment.

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