As many enterprises move away from a traditional network perimeter model and adopt a zero-trust architecture, advanced cybersecurity solutions that enable granular access controls are in high demand.
GaraSign supports a variety of advanced cybersecurity features, including multi-factor authentication (MFA), device authentication, notifications, approval workflows, and more. These granular controls can be enforced per-key or per-user basis for any public-private key use case without manually modifying servers or applications.
Passwords often create vulnerabilities, as end-users often set weak passwords. Key-based authentication provides superior cybersecurity and should be implemented whenever possible. Store all cryptographic keys in a hardware security module (HSM) and restrict end-users to proxied key access via GaraSign to enable seamless integrations with all clients and ensure the keys are never exported from the HSM.
GaraSign supports a number of granular cybersecurity controls, including multi-factor authentication (MFA), device authentication, approval workflows, and more. Clients authenticate to GaraSign when they request to use a key, so these granular security controls can be enforced on a per-key or per-user basis without manually reconfiguring servers or applications.
When you deploy GaraSign, cybersecurity leaders can disable select keys until it’s time to use them. Decryption keys for sensitive data, secure shell (SSH) keys for privileged systems, code signing keys for production releases, and more can all be disabled with a few clicks and enabled only when they must be used.
With GaraSign, all cryptographic keys are centrally secured and managed. This makes establishing and enforcing cybersecurity policies possible with a few clicks from a single interface. Policies can be set on a per-key or per-user basis.
GaraSign supports a zero-trust environment by making it easy to enforce granular security access controls on various enterprise assets. With all cryptographic keys secured in a centrally managed hardware security module (HSM), policies can be set per-key or per-user. GaraSign allows customers to enforce multi-factor authentication (MFA), device authentication, approval workflows, and more to access encrypted data, production systems, critical servers, sensitive documents, and other privileged assets without reconfiguring servers or applications.
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