Imagine the headaches when managing the computers within gas meters, or desktop boxes or water meters – often numbering hundreds of thousands or more.
Companies responsible for protecting critical national infrastructure are tasked with the problems of how to control the passwords inside the millions of computers they manage. According to Philip Lieberman, President of Lieberman Software, this is a problem of such great magnitude that these passwords are often just left unmanaged, rather than trying to sort them out.
However, Lieberman Software is unveiling a new security platform which will transform the way very large organizations can manage privileged credentials, certificates, passwords, pin codes, passcodes and other sensitive data, with full automation.
No longer do companies who are managing machines at tremendous scale need to worry about how to manage their privileged identities and certificates - as humans alone cannot do this – it must be automated.
Lieberman Software’s new service, which re-architects privileged identity management, will fill the gap of managing security at this scale and will become a part of the business process.