Securden Privileged Account Manager Features

Active Directory Integration

Active Directory (AD)

Active Directory helps manage permissions and control access to critical network resources in a windows environment. It enables administrators to have centralized control over computers and user configurations defined through group policy features. Through seamless integration with Active Directory including Azure AD, you can now leverage existing controls and policies in your organization thereby simplifying the onboarding process of users into Securden.

Leverage AD Authentication

Once you integrate AD, you can leverage the active directory’s authentication and single sign-on capabilities for granting access to Securden (i.e) If the users are already logged into their AD account, they can automatically access the Securden web interface.

Enable Continuous Synchronization With AD

With Securden, you can import all or specific users from AD with ease. Securden’s continuous synchronization with AD allows new users to get automatically onboarded upon addition to AD. Similarly, when users get deleted or disabled in AD, the same gets reflected in Securden. Therefore, at any given point in time, Securden’s database will always remain in sync with the AD.

Replicate Existing AD Structures

For more efficiency and effectiveness, IT divisions spend a lot of time creating groups in AD to handle permissions and security settings. Therefore Securden allows you to replicate the same group structure. The same structure makes it simpler to grant appropriate access to credentials for different teams and business units within your organization.