Identity consolidation and privileged access management across Windows, Linux, and UNIXEnterprise Edition
Detailed auditing of privileged user sessions on Windows, Linux and UNIXPlatinum Edition
Dynamic segmentation and isolation of cross-platform systemsApplication Edition
Secure, centralized single sign-on to on-premises business applications
Single sign-on and unified management for cloud and mobile apps and devicesMac Edition
Centralized security and management for Macs and mobile devicesPremium Edition
SaaS and Mac Editions combined with mobile security managementCentrify for Samsung KNOX
Enterprise management of SSO, MCM and MDM for Samsung KNOX
Everyday, more and more of your users are adopting Macs as their platform of choice, fully expecting support equal to their Windows counterparts. You wish it were that simple. Compatibility of file and print services, and client configuration and management are just some of the challenges you must overcome. Perhaps the most complex challenge is making CAC, PIV, and .NET smart cards work when you need to meet strict security guidelines or are subject to HSPD-12, which mandates two-factor authentication for workstations in Federal agencies and those doing business with them.
Join David McNeely, Centrify Director of Product Management, for this complimentary webinar where he'll describe how easy it is to integrate Macs with smart cards into an Active Directory domain. Best of all, he'll discuss how to do this using the resources you already have - saving you time, money, and headaches.
David McNeely is a Director of Product Management at Centrify, and works with customers to drive the roadmap for Centrify's award-winning identity and access management solutions. David has worked in the identity and access management market for over 16 years, holding various product marketing and management positions at ActiveIdentity, AOL, iPlanet and Netscape. At Netscape and iPlanet he was the director of product management for the Directory and Security product line, where he first promoted the concept of a centralized directory for all identity and access management.