Category: IBM Privilege Manager

IBM Policy Manager – implementing file blocking on Mac OS/X

IBM Privilege Manager

IBM Policy Manager – implementing file blocking on Mac OS/X

I’ve recently started working with IBM Privilege Manager (from Thycotic), which enables organisations to remove local administrative rights from endpoints, or ‘implement Least Privilege and Application Control. Among other things you can specify the name of an executable file which you want blocked. (In fact you

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Privilege Manager configuration errors…

IBM Privilege Manager IBM Security Secret Server

Privilege Manager configuration errors…

As I wrote back in May, I’m delighted that IBM Security is OEMing Thycotic’s Privileged Identity Management Technology. IBM Security Secret Server is a brilliant product, and I’m still getting my head around it. One little ‘gotcha’ I discovered: I had all the software installed, or so

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IBM Security to OEM Thycotic’s Privileged Identity Management Technology

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IBM Security to OEM Thycotic’s Privileged Identity Management Technology

I’m delighted that IBM Security is to OEM Thycotic’s Privileged Identity Management Technology. As part of this agreement, IBM Security will now offer a new privileged access management solution, IBM Security Secret Server, powered by Thycotic’s technology.
There’s more information about this at https://thycotic.com/company/blog/2018/05/15/thycotic-announces-ibm-security-oem-privileged-identity-management-technology/ and https://www.ibm.com/us-en/marketplace/secret-server

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