Another place dynamic secrets is valuable is with databases

Ensuring Database Security in the DevOps Pipeline with Dynamic Secrets

The traditional “vault-and-forward” method for secrets management means a user or application authenticates to the vault and then gets access to the secrets they need. The fundamental problem is once those secrets are out of the vault, it is extremely difficult to ensure their safety. In the case of an ... Read More
DevOps Secrets Vault Release Offers Out-of-the-Box Secret Server Integration and New Home Vault Feature

DevOps Secrets Vault Release Offers Out-of-the-Box Secret Server Integration and New Home Vault Feature

For DevOps teams, on-demand access to source code, tools, test servers, and production builds are necessary to administer systems and debug production issues. The focus for DevOps security should be automation It’s common to share private keys and credentials for immediate access, which increases the risk from both external and ... Read More
DevOps Dynamic Secrets Diagram

DevOps Secrets Vault and Dynamic Secrets in the Cloud

Back in July of 2019, Thycotic released DevOps Secrets Vault, a high-velocity vault for high-speed password and secret creation, archiving, and retrieval. Each month we roll out improvements to this cloud-based tool. In 2020, we’ve been focused on adding dynamic secrets for key cloud platforms. For infrastructure-as-a-service platforms dynamic secrets ... Read More
New DevOps Secrets Vault Release Adds Key DevOps and RPA Integrations

New DevOps Secrets Vault Release Adds Key DevOps and RPA Integrations

We’ve discussed how DevOps and robotic process automation (RPA) are changing the game in previous blogs. We’re seeing steady growth in requests from our customers to integrate with more and more types of technology solutions, including DevOps and RPA. For DevOps, we’ve seen it mature to a point where most ... Read More
Kubernetes security with DevOps Secrets Vault

DevOps Secrets Vault for Speed and Security

Most advances in DevOps today are being leveraged for speed. Continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) is driven by the need to meet internal demands, meet customer demands, and adapt to the competition. However, as the headlines constantly remind us, security can’t be overlooked in our rush to deploy. No ... Read More