Reduce risk by controlling, monitoring and recording privileged access
One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Session is a privileged access management solution capable of controlling, recording and analyzing privileged users. Content of the recorded sessions is indexed to simplify searching for events and reporting so you can more easily meet your auditing and compliance requirements. In addition, SPS serves as a proxy, and inspects the protocol traffic on the application level and can reject any traffic violating the protocol – thus making it an effective shield against attacks. In transparent mode, minimal changes to your network are required and users do not have to change their current workflow or client applications, which makes implementation a breeze. SPS enables you to audit your privileged users across on-premise and Azure cloud by showing who did what to prevent insider threats and speed up forensics. SPS is especially suited to control privileged access as mandated by many compliance requirements, like the PCI-DSS, ISO 2700x or GDPR. Security professionals responsible for auditing and incident investigations find this solution valuable, in particular.
Configuration prerequisites: - A valid license from One Identity. - A static IP address configured in Azure for the network interface of SPS. - The hostname, as configured in Azure. - Optional: The address of your DNS server. You can also use a public DNS server. - Optional: For alerting, the address of your SMTP server.
Network configuration: - Physical interface: Enter the static IP address you have configured in Azure for the network interface. Use the /24 prefix. - Default Gateway: Use the same IP address as for the Physical interface, but change the last number to 1 (xxx.xxx.xxx.1). - Hostname: It's recommended to use the hostname you have configured in Azure. - DNS server: Enter the address of your DNS server. You can also configure 184.108.40.206 (Google Public DNS) or any other public DNS server. - SMTP server: Enter 0.0.0.0 to turn alerting off. To use alerting, enter the address of your SMTP server.
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