Why developer environments need PAM?

In any enterprise today, privileged identities are omnipresent. Secrets and passwords are a prevalent part of a developer's daily routine. Hard-coding secrets in texts and script formats is a bad security practice, and the breach of these secrets would lead to cascading failures of engineering processes. Such critical secrets can be secured into a central vault, enabling administrators to manage, govern, and audit the access of secrets and other critical entities without hard coding them. Privileged access management (PAM) controls will help bridge this security gap without compromising on engineering efficiency.

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  • 01

    Comprehensive secrets management for workload identities

    Your PAM approach needs to meet your enterprise IT needs. It is now customary to extend PAM mandates to regulate your DevOps workflows that deal with sensitive entities, such as credentials, secrets, and certificates, to name a few. Integrate PAM360 into your DevOps platforms and shield your CI/CD pipelines from privilege abuse to improve agility without compromising on security.

    Bring PAM360 to DevOps

  • 02

    Native certificate life cycle management

    All systems in an enterprise workflow are to be active always in order to avoid cascading failures that could lead to disruptive business downtime. PAM360's certificate life cycle management (CLM) module helps you make sure all certificates, Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) keys, SSH keys, and other digital identities are deployed and active at all times. This ensures seamless execution of business processes across the engineering workflow while ensuring zero downtime and business outages.

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  • 03

    Embed privileged access security into your engineering applications

    Do your developers work with external projects and custom applications that comprise privileged actions over which your administrators lack oversight? With PAM360's SDKs and RESTful APIs, your administrators can now embed administrative actions in such engineering applications and audit all privileged actions performed throughout the development environment.

    Integrate PAM with your custom apps

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    Automate enterprise-wide administrative actions with privileged task automation controls

    Privileged tasks are executed on a regular basis by your developers. Be it a routine password check or a complete back up process that runs for hours, your most mundane but critically important tasks can now be securely automated using PAM360's privileged task automation workflows—powered by Zoho Flow and Qntrl.

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    Secure remote access for third-party developers and vendors

    All forms of privileged access need to be secured, whether it's from in-house or third-party developers. With PAM360's Remote Connect thick client, administrators can enforce least privileged access to all third-party developers who need access to your enterprise's privileged endpoints.

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    Granular least privilege access controls for sensitive servers

    Gate remote access to sensitive credentials used to perform critical engineering actions. Subject all privileged identities in your enterprise, such as secrets, passwords, certificates, keys, and other digital identities utilized in your developer routines, to least privileged access and enforce granular access controls at multiple levels through role-and policy-based access controls, real-time risk assessment, request-release workflows, and much more.

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