Privileged Accounts Discovery for Windows

Last Updated on 31 May 2016, Company: Thycotic

Privileged accounts are often overlooked by security and IT teams. Administrators manage user accounts with Active Directory policies, but rarely change or review local Windows and service accounts. Thycotic's Privileged Accounts Discovery for Windows summarizes the health and risk of these accounts by analyzing passwords to determine if they have been changed and whether or not they have been set to never expire. The solution identifies those passwords that may be targets for external and internal threats and helps identify what the actual risk is. Key features include:

-Simplicity – Just run once per Active Directory domain, and the Privileged Accounts Discovery tool does the rest. It generates executive-ready reports and a spreadsheet inventory of the accounts it found. The tool can be copied and run wherever needed, at no charge.

-Privacy – No privileged passwords are ever reverse engineered or discovered by the tool. The executive summary report aggregates data, and only account names are shown in the inventory. No sensitive information is stored in the tool and no exposure of end user domain usernames is displayed.

-Valuable data – Data is ready to be used immediately. Reports are produced for the executive team and detailed lists are created for security and IT admins indicating where privileged accounts are used.

-Actionable reports – At the click of the mouse, management reports are generated into presentation-ready materials for use in risk analysis, security assessment, and cost justifications. Easy-to- understand summary reports are available, along with inventory reports to find and remediate critical privileged accounts.

-Security -- Thycotic Privileged Accounts Discovery for Windows locates passwords that have never been changed or that violate your company's security or compliance policies. Find vulnerable passwords and backdoor accounts before attackers do.

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