Control ‘who’ can access ‘what’. Audit, monitor, and record all activity. Automate password security best practices. Ensure compliance with standards, reduce security risks.
Excellent tool for securely storing passwords, SSH keys, and other credentials. It provides an easy-to-use interface to managing password access permissions (sharing), and a quick way to view who has access to specific passwords.
I also find their support team to be excellent. They are quick to answer questions, and they have also released updates to the product to specifically address a feature that we needed. They are great to work with.
Executive Sponsor in Legal Services
The system does exactly what it needs to. The team behind it is stellar and has been very responsive in expanding the API to cover a number of custom scripting points.
Executive Sponsor in Information Technology and Services
Small-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
As a managed service provider, I needed a way to centrally and securely store the credentials we use to manage our customers environments. Securden Password Vault enables me to do this with all of the granular access control, multi-factor authentication and access reporting that I need. I am very pleased with the product and would recommend it to any managed service provider looking to maintain a central credential store. The password policy, which includes both strength and duration of passwords, with the ability to generate a password that meets the policy is also very powerful. This central store, accessed from anywhere with an internet connection and also from a mobile app has enabled us to realise our goal of not communicating passwords over email or storing passwords in insecure locations.
North Sydney Council
Great product with outstanding support, and this is what makes the secret recipe.
We have been utilizing and implementing Securden over the past year and this product has provided us with a way to allow our end users to run programs and features with administrative credentials without being a full blown administrator on the machine. This has been a great way to minimize the security risk in our environment.
Senior Network Security Engineer
Small-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
I got answers for every question, during trial and afterwards. Support was fast and efficient. PAM got our own passwords safe and gave us a single, centralized way to manage customers' passwords and remote access through a single interface. Price tag is very good as well.
After trialling several different password managers, we shortlisted Securden as the only one that was able to manage our requirements in a cost effective manner. The system was easy to install and configure, and is heavily relied on in our organisation. Users find the platform easy to use, and so our adoption rates are very high.
Senior IT Administrator
I like that the database is encrypted and in-house. We really didn't want to store anything in the cloud, much less any of the major brands that seem to be hacked more which we didn't want any part of.
Great backup support and good value for smaller companies.
It is always nice to hear that you are doing the improvements with a great devotion. Securden is a good product and we are happy customers :)
We are loving this system, extend my praise to your entire team!
System Administrator, Active Directory Expert
The software has a super-clean interface, pretty slick, and is easy to understand. The product is pretty deep in functionality and I really just scratched the surface on what it can do and how well it works.
One of the Largest Telecommunication Companies
Using Securden since 2021, I would liken this to a real power-tool in the IT workshop that surprised me in many ways. It passed rigorous requirements of our Enterprise Security team. Securden automates password rotation, saving hundreds of labor hours every year. We use the Securden portal as a “Launch pad” to let our internal users RDP direct from the portal to a “Clean-room” or “Jump-server” where some production servers are. We do not pass around passwords any more – Securden does it for us. Impressively locked down.
Karen Sherwood, MCSE, CompTIA Security+, CMP
Huron Perth Public Health
We use Securden regularly. It has been a great asset to our organization for our IT Dept.
Securden redefines the way your enterprise handles sensitive passwords and lets you collaborate better and smarter.
Securden Password Manager locks down passwords, access keys, files, and other sensitive data used in your enterprise in a central vault and protects them. The reports and logs provide complete visibility on who has access to what data. It also throws light on password hygiene across the organization and helps administrators bolster internal controls.
When sensitive accounts are shared with many users in the team, it becomes difficult to trace actions to an individual. Through centralized access controls, Securden Password Manager tracks all access to shared accounts across the enterprise. As a result, activities can be directly traced to individuals.
The decentralized way of password management leads to system lockouts, forgotten passwords, password fatigue, and results in frustration for employees. Users may circumvent by using simple passwords or reuse the same password everywhere. Securden removes all these hurdles and seamlessly enforces password hygiene and improves productivity across the enterprise.
The whole idea of enterprise password management made refreshingly simple, secure, efficient, reliable, and affordable.
Securden Password Manager handles your passwords and other critical data with extreme security. Sensitive data are encrypted using AES-256, the strongest known, military-grade algorithm.
Each installation is guarded by a unique encryption key. In production instances, the encryption key will be forced to be kept outside the installation. The idea is not to allow the encryption key and encrypted data to stay together. The backup data of Securden database is also equally guarded. Without the encryption key, the backup data cannot be deciphered.
In addition, SSL/TLS has been enforced on all connections / communication, which ensures end-to-end, complete encryption.
Every team member or group in your enterprise will have varying requirements. Securden provides role-based access controls to grant access to passwords strictly based on their job requirements.
The role-based access to credentials is further strengthened with fine-grained controls. Access permission could vary from full access to just view/edit passwords and in extreme cases, access with hidden passwords.
At the application level, the ability to add accounts, create and manage users, enforce password policy, export data, and change settings can all be controlled through roles.
Data breaches often occur due to weak passwords. Assigning strong, unique, random passwords across all IT assets and applications across the enterprise will help in mitigating this crucial security vulnerability.
Securden Password Manager offers provision to create password policies that define complexity requirements. Securden also archives old passwords. Your password policy could even prevent reuse of old passwords. Password age could also be defined, beyond which the expiration alerts could be generated.
The password generator that comes with Securden generates strong passwords based on the policy defined. The random passwords would be virtually impossible to guess. You can assign the complex passwords to the IT assets and securely lock them down in the vault.
Software applications that require two or more successive authentication factors to grant rightful access are difficult to break.
By enforcing users to authenticate through two successive stages to access their Securden account, you can successfully prevent any possible accidental or intentional unauthorized access to Securden. Securden's native authentication or Active Directory authentication serves as the primary authentication mechanism.
Additionally, users can be forced to authenticate through Google Authenticator or verification code sent to their email address as the second authentication factor. You can selectively enforce any option as the second authentication factor for different users as required.
Unexpected downtime or system crash could take a heavy toll on the business continuity and data security of any enterprise.
Securden comes with a robust redundancy architecture allowing you to have primary and secondary application servers. If the primary server goes down, users can seamlessly connect to the secondary server and get uninterrupted access to credentials.
It also comes with provision for periodic backup of the database and a smart recovery manager that takes care of a quick recovery in the unlikely event of a database crash.
At Securden, we're fanatical about one thing: Creating amazing products that combine security, simplicity, and affordability. Organizations of all types and sizes - from small businesses to very large enterprises - are relying on Securden for information security. Here's what sets us apart from the rest.
-- Experts from Agile Infosec, London.
Securden technical consultant will walk you through the important features demonstrating how you can safeguard your credentials and take the best first step in information security with enterprise password management.