Leverage the power of the cloud to keep moving at the speed of business – without sacrificing security
DevOps accelerates the development lifecycle, rapidly rolling code through inception, testing, and deployment, but it also increases the overall risk of malicious actions as this acceleration requires privileged account access.
Saviynt’s Enterprise Identity Cloud (EIC) utilizes a Zero Standing Privilege model that enables DevOps members to check out time-limited elevated permissions when needed to allow for rapid deployment, but automatically roll back to a safe state once the work is done.
Saviynt integrates with your CI/CD pipeline to provide duration-based, just-in-time access to identities guiding the code migration process. This allows privileged access only when moving code changes through the development and testing lifecycle, reducing the risk of excessive or orphaned access.
Flexible self-service features guarantee a frictionless access request process. All requests are analyzed against out-of-the-box control sets to provide in-depth visibility of access risk to inform approval decisions. PAM applies intelligent access request capabilities to automate access for low-risk requests while escalating anomalous ones for further evaluation.
Saviynt creates temporary identities and scoped privilege elevation to command the power of the CI/CD pipeline when needed. Browser-based console access builds a Zero Standing Privilege foundation, reducing risks often associated with lost, compromised, or forgotten keys or credentials.
Saviynt continuously monitors and analyzes your multi-cloud environment for configuration issues, remediating them in near real-time. These risks range from simple misconfigurations such as open ports on a database management system to more complex controls such as hosting production data on development systems.
Saviynt EIC ingests data from other security systems (UEBA, SIEM, vulnerability management, etc.) so incidents can be rapidly detected, effectively investigated, and appropriately remediated.
To continuously secure your DevOps strategy, you need to continuously monitor and govern your ecosystem in a way that also allows you to continuously iterate your code. Saviynt integrates directly with common federation platforms to seamlessly tie into your multi-cloud environment. Accounts are directly linked back to identities and are automatically provisioned and de-provisioned as identities are added, moved, or removed to ensure credentials are not orphaned. When users leave the organization, Saviynt EIC automatically removes/disables accounts in the federated platform and cloud solutions, ensuring organizations meet regulatory compliance requirements.
Scaling DevOps security costs money – whether through cloud computing or IT staff time. Saviynt EIC’s PAM removes the complexity of key management, downloaded clients, and proxy or jump-box scaling problems that legacy tools create. Saviynt’s resilient cloud platform enables you to leverage Saviynt’s extensible connector framework to Bring Your Own Keys (BYOK) for data encryption and Bring Your Own Vault (BYOV) to store the secrets and passwords in the vault. Maintain complete control over your data and integrate Saviynt Cloud PAM into your existing vault technologies to improve governance over your privileged accounts.
DevOps security can meet the cloud’s volume and velocity to prevent security from acting as a roadblock. Saviynt integrates with notification services across multi-cloud ecosystems to evaluate every workload, database, serverless function, or other cloud asset initiation. Saviynt scans for misconfigurations, such as open clear-text ports on a database, and organizational control violations, like spinning up a database in development with production data. Saviynt’s extensive library of risk signatures and controls enables the platform to identify and send security alerts or even prevent risky assets from running.
DevOps no longer needs to feel hindered by the time-lags associated with legacy PAM deployments. Developers utilizing DevOps tools for deployment need to ensure code can run with the necessary permissions, without storing authentication keys or passwords within that code. Saviynt’s API integration allows developers to make a programmatic call to the identity vault to request access permissions and check out a key at the time of code execution, creating a more secure environment less subject to key exfiltration and compromise.
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