Credential Entitlement Management
Do you do user access reviews manually?
SecurEnds ensures you are in control of user access
Our software meets access control compliance for SOX, HIPAA, ISO27001, SOC1/2, PCI, etc.Demo
A Fortune 500 with 4700 employee archives audit target across 100+ On-Premise and Cloud applications.
Manage the discovery of identities across connected and disconnected applications across the IT landscape. Match identities to the system of record. Use CSV upload, Pre-build Connectors, FlexConnectors, and Service Desk integration. Integrates with ITSM system(ServiceNow, JIRA, etc) to update the changes.
Centralize access controls and consolidate identity repositories. Powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, Discovery Module enables auto-discovery of identities, including orphaned and unauthorized accounts.
Schedule automated access review campaigns by multiple dimensions (roles etc). Call to action intelligent reminders for end-users, approvers and skip level approvers. “Delta Campaign”, a quick snap campaign, allows you to see the changes since the last review.
Our AI/ML module presents a simplified analytics workflow for outliers based on their risk profiles and excessive privileges. Drill down by campaigns, applications and periods.
Each year SITA’s Internal Audit department reviews multiple applications worldwide by accordance with ISO27001 standards and their internal controls. A large part of this review is focused on validating User Access Control, including credentials and entitlements. The auditors undertake a manual process to review 4700 employees with their managers, then work with Security Teams and Help Desks to modify access. This process must be repeated every three months.
The CEM solution from SecurEnds has provided our company with a solution that enables us to pass internal and external audits for access control. We don’t have to use spreadsheets, emails and many hours of manual review to complete our credential and entitlement reviews. Plus, we reduce our risk exposure by deleting unused accounts every quarter.
Steve Mosley – Security & Compliance, SITA.