Centrify can lay claim to ground-breaking technology, but technology alone isn’t enough. Building a world-class company for the long haul also means offering future-proof solutions, assuring return on investment, ease of use, customer happiness, and earning recognition from the industry.
From its inception, Centrify has revolutionized the Privileged Access Management (PAM) market, introducing many industry-firsts and leading the way of securing the modern enterprise against today’s leading cause of data breaches ― privileged access abuse. As a visionary, customers enjoy the advantage of having access to best-of-breed capabilities from a single vendor that leapfrog alternative products on an ongoing basis while contributing to the product roadmap as valued advisors.
Built for the Cloud
Centrify’s modern Privileged Access Management is built for the cloud from the ground up while supporting on-premises and hybrid environments. Centrify PAM, founded on zero trust principles, delivers the flexibility, scale, and performance that simply isn’t possible with a legacy Privileged Access Management approach, designed for the data center and ill-suited to securing access to hybrid cloud IT infrastructures.
Flexible Deployment Options
At Centrify, we understand that not all companies are equal and that their business needs and ways on how they want to consume software might vary widely. In turn, we believe in offering our customers a variety of choices when it comes to deploying the Centrify PAM and underlying Centrify Platform. Centrify provides different flavors of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and customer-managed deployment options. Whatever choice you make, you can rely on Centrify to meet your expectations for ease of deployment, ease of use, high availability, and high scalability.
Built for Digital Transformation, Performance, and Scale
Privileged access management is not only for infrastructure, databases, and network devices in your data center. It must also extend to cloud and multi-cloud environments where massive scale and elasticity are the norms. It must secure Big Data clusters, be automated for DevOps, and support hundreds of containers and microservices representing what used to be a single application. Centrify addresses the broadest range of use-cases attack surfaces and supported platforms in the market, enabling you to adapt and grow with emerging needs. Leveraging a smart Gateway Connector framework and advanced machine learning technology, Centrify easily handles privileged access workloads of modern, global enterprises.
Ease of Use and Operations
At Centrify, we’re conscious that the initial procurement costs are just part of the overall cost when implementing a Privileged Access Management solution. Thus, we designed our deployment architecture for scalability and ease of maintenance. Upgrades should not stop you in your tracks and require operational budgets far beyond your initial investment. Should a question arise, our technical experts are always available and assure a timely response.
Those who run the world run Centrify Privileged Access Management. Trusted by over half of the Fortune 100, the world’s largest financial institutions, intelligence agencies, and critical infrastructure companies, Centrify offers the most complete Privileged Access Security solution in the market.
We also enjoy strong partnerships with key technology vendors such as AWS, Apple, Docker, EMC, HashiCorp, Hortonworks, HPE, IBM, Microsoft, Palo Alto Networks, Red Hat, SailPoint, and ServiceNow.
Centrify has been an honored recipient of many awards from the industry community, including Gartner Peer Insight Customer Choice, One World Identity Top Ten Identity & Access Management Vendor, and Frost & Sullivan North American Product Leadership Award. Centrify is a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Privileged Access Management, The Forrester Wave: Privileged Identity Management, and KuppingerCole Leadership Compass.
Secure Privileged Access with a Radically Different Approach
Grant least privilege access based on verifying who is requesting access, the context of the request, and the risk of the access environment.