Every system is a privileged system: Incorporating Unix/Linux in your privilege management strategy

Every system is a privileged system: Incorporating Unix/Linux in your privilege management strategy

Lately we’ve been banging the drum that “every user is a privileged user,” meaning privileged users aren’t limited to system administrators but also include business users with access to applications and endpoints linked to critical business data and functions. The second verse to that refrain is that “every system is a privileged ... Read More

Announcing Identity Bridge: Streamline authentication and authorization for Unix and Linux

I’ve been working in the identity and access management (IAM) field for more than 20 years. Unix and Linux user management has been a challenge throughout all those years. If you have a single Unix or Linux server and a manageable number of users, there’s no issue. But no one ... Read More
Unix User Account Proliferation

Think Differently About Unix / Linux Privilege Management

Security models have struggled to match the evolution of Unix. Over its long history, Unix has evolved and changed in many different ways. What started in Bell Labs 40 years ago has spawned more than 150 variants of Unix in use today. Unlike the linear progression of Windows operating systems, ... Read More