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Secure End-User Access & Protect Against Data Security Breaches

My1Login's Enterprise Password Manager ensures high-value accounts are protected.

  • Permission-Based Sharing Secure, Sharing of Passwords with Granular Permissions
  • Audited Access of Privileged Accounts Full End-User Audit Trail for Non-repudiation of Access
  • Automatic Secure Password Generation and Updating Automatic Secure Password Generation & Updating
  • Password Policy Enforcement Password Policy Enforcement on External Applications
  • SSO Without Revealing Credentials SSO Credentials Hidden, Preventing Phishing
  • Canned and Custom Reports Canned and Custom Reports for Audit and Compliance
Sharing of Credentials with Granular Permissions

Sharing of Credentials with Granular Permissions

  • Securely share access to specific identities and passwords with individuals, teams and partners
  • Apply fine-grained permissions to passwords that are shared (e.g. read, write, update, onward share, delete, etc.)
  • Hide passwords from users to prevent phishing
  • Enforce password policies for all users on external applications
  • Apply application specific step-up and multi-factor authentication policies
  • Enable password sharing on an admin to user and user to user basis (where permitted).

Automatic Password Policy Enforcement on External Apps

Configure application-specific password policies and let My1Login enforce these on user accounts for external applications. My1Login can automatically generate long, strong, high-entropy passwords to protect user accounts. Passwords can be automatically generated whenever an end-user visits a password change page on a web or desktop application or My1Login can pro-actively generate and update passwords for users on external applications in line with the password policy for that application.


Integrated SSO Without Revealing Credentials to Eliminate Phishing

My1Login’s Enterprise Password Manager can provide Single Sign On to automatically log users into applications that use credential-based authentication. This enables passwords to be hidden from users on the system, meaning users can be authenticated with applications and services without having visibility of the passwords. This mitigates the risk of leavers exiting the business and retaining access to login credentials and the risk of phishing since if the users do not know the passwords, they cannot be successfully phished.



Guaranteed Adoption with Zero User Interface Deployment

For widespread enterprise use, My1Login’s Enterprise Password Manager can be configured to run silently in the background providing users with access to the passwords they need at the time when they need them. Login credentials are presented to the user at the point they are attempting to access an application meaning no training is required, which in turn means adoption and use of My1Login can be guaranteed providing greater security benefits.

Reduce User Friction with Zero Sign-in to the Enterprise Password Manager

One purpose of a password manager is to make things easier for employees, not to give them yet another password to remember. My1Login integrates with the corporate directory so users do not have to sign-in to the password manager itself. This creates a frictionless user experience and guarantees user adoption since the user does not have to take any action to engage with the enterprise password manager.

Zero Knowledge Encryption for Maximum Security

My1Login utilises Zero Knowledge Encryption which means that no-one outside your enterprise can access your stored passwords – not even My1Login. This is critical in eliminating a potential security risk. My1Login encrypt your stored data client-side, within your corporate environment, using encryption keys that are only available inside the secure perimeter of your enterprise network.



Multiple Credentials per Application

There are many use-cases that necessitate users having to switch between multiple user accounts on a single application. My1Login’s Enterprise Password Manager facilitates easy switching between multiple accounts on applications either by presenting a searchable list of available identities on the web page of the application or by presenting these as available icons within the user’s My1Login account.

Ability to Discover Applications and Learn Credentials

My1Login’s Enterprise Password Manager can be configured to discover the apps being used by the workforce and learn the credentials for these, if required. This expedites time-to-value by reducing setup effort whilst detecting Shadow-IT risks across the organisation. These applications and identities can then be easily added to the enterprise password manager with the click of a button meaning less residual, security ‘blind spots’ for the enterprise.


Application-specific Step-up and Multi-Factor Authentication Policies

Credentials for some critical applications and systems will potentially have a higher risk profile that necessitates additional security before they are made available to users. My1Login provides the capability to apply application-specific policies for step-up and Multi-Factor Authentication. Step-up will require the user to re-authenticate with the corporate directory before making the credentials available to the user, whereas Multi-Factor will require the MFA challenge to be satisfied before making the credentials available for use.



Full Audit Trail and Integration with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Solutions

My1Login’s Enterprise Password Manager can provide a full audit trail of who accessed what system and when to help support compliance and any retrospective investigation following a security incident. Canned and customised reports are available that can be interrogated locally, exported, or linked directly to the enterprise SIEM solution for analysis and aggregation with other events.


Temporal Access

Where credentials are shared with individuals or groups, My1Login’s Enterprise Password Manager can enable this on a time and date basis. Temporal access policies can be configured to only permit release of credentials for specific applications between specified dates, on specific days and within specified times.

Take Control of User Identity with Enterprise Password Management

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