Reinforce Secure Access to Critical Systems
Add an extra layer of security only when needed — and based on risk rating — to reduce the threat associated with compromised privileged credentials. Configure behavior-based access control for IT admins who access Windows and Linux servers, elevate privilege or leverage privileged credentials.
Guard Against Attacks with Behavior-Based Access Control
Why Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for Privileged Users?
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) adds a layer of security that allows organizations to protect against today’s leading cause of data breaches — privileged access abuse. Privileged users simply provide extra information or factors when they access critical enterprise resources.
Multi-factor authentication uses a combination of the following factors:
Something You Know
Something You Have
Something You've Done
Risk-Based Policies for Password Checkouts and Privileged Sessions
Identify anomalous behavior while it is happening, by enforcing risk-aware policies for users who are initiating a privileged session or checking out a password. Combining risk-aware policies with role-based access controls, user context and multi-factor authentication (MFA) enable intelligent, automated, real-time decisions on whether to grant privileged access. These dynamically enforced access policies grant the user access, prompt for a second factor of authentication, or block access completely.
Interoperability with Third-Party Authentication Methods
Centrify’s adaptive multi-factor authentication (MFA) capabilities are designed to work well with existing investments in RSA, OATH-based tokens and smartcards such as PIV/CAC. These can all be brought under Centrify’s centralized management and enforced across your enterprise.
Analyze a privileged user’s behavior and apply the proper level of control for the corresponding risk.
See Centrify Privilege Threat Analytics Service in Action
Centrify Privilege Analytics Service
Add an extra layer of security to stop the breach with risk-aware MFA for IT admins who access Windows and Linux systems, elevate privilege or leverage privileged credentials.