BeyondTrust enhances privilege management platform
Identity and access management company BeyondTrust has introduced new enhancements to its BeyondTrust Privilege Management for Unix and Linux and BeyondTrust Active Directory Bridge offerings to help customers defend against growing Linux-based threats.
For the Unix and Linux version, the company has introduced native integration with sudo via a new Sudo Manager feature. This gives the solution capabilities including native protection for generated logs, central storage and administration of sudo policy files, as well as centralised searching, analysis and reporting.
BeyondTrust has also introduced integration with Elasticsearch in this version to enable customers to index log data from Privilege Management for Unix and Linux and Active Directory Bridge into Elastic for a unified visual search experience.
Kibana dashboards can also be leveraged to improve threat defence capabilities, according to BeyondTrust SVP of Product Management Sam Elliot.
“By integrating BeyondTrust Privilege Management for Unix and Linux and BeyondTrust Active Directory Bridge with Elasticsearch, we provide a unified search experience for admins to quickly and easily find everything they need,” he said.
“Together with the other expanded capabilities, BeyondTrust solutions further enable our customers to achieve their security goals with least privilege enforcement that doesn’t slow down end users.”
Meanwhile, BeyondTrust ActiveDirectory Bridge now enables users to authenticate to an Azure AD tenant in addition to Active Directory in a hybrid mode.
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