Discover and manage all SSH certificates and keys to identify and mitigate security risks associated with rogue keys and SSH sprawl
SSH keys can be generated easily and on an ad-hoc basis. As a result, SSH keys multiply quickly and without oversight. Organizations typically have little visibility and control over the thousands to millions of SSH keys in their environment.
SSH keys do not expire, resulting in weak, outdated or inactive keys overtime. Meanwhile, initial SSH access can lead to unnoticed access forever, creating backdoors for attackers.
Large volumes of dispersed, unmanaged and untracked SSH keys, also known as key sprawl, poses a major security threat to organizations.
Manual SSH access provisioning and key lifecycle management is challenging, time-consuming, and error-prone, especially at scale.
Performing necessary SSH key rotations without visibility into all SSH keys and access, can cause major applications to break.
SSH keys that are left untracked or unmanaged can open a back door for attackers to gain long-term unauthorized access to the network, mission critical systems and sensitive data.
Lack of awareness and policies around SSH keys and access leads to vulnerabilities and security weaknesses, in turn, causing auditing and compliance issues.
Manual SSH key lifecycle management hinders productivity. Time-consuming processes like manual key rotations and bulk access provisioning are slow and error-prone.
A ready-to-consume, scalable, and efficient certificate lifecycle management (CLM) solution to effectively manage machine identities as an integral part of your cybersecurity strategy.