One Identity Partners with HashiCorp on DevOps Security
April 27, 2020

One Identity announced a partnership with HashiCorp.

With the integration of One Identity's privileged access management (PAM) Safeguard for Privileged Sessions, HashiCorp Vault users can now securely manage, monitor, record, and audit privileged and administrative access to their vaulted tokens, passwords, certificates, API keys and other secrets used in DevOps workflows. The integration enables organizations to better manage and protect critical assets from potential cybersecurity threats and meet compliance requirements.

The integration between One Identity Safeguard and HashiCorp Vault enables organizations to effectively mitigate security risks associated with unprotected secrets while also maintaining the speed and scale that's necessary for the DevOps environment. One Identity Safeguard's transparent protocol proxy technology allows humans and machines to be controlled and audited without interrupting or slowing down their workflows. It enables organizations to gain the needed oversight of privileged access used with HashiCorp and inspects the protocol traffic on the application level and rejects traffic that violates policies. This eliminates unauthorized and unfettered access to resources and protects the network and sensitive data. Organizations can also monitor privileged sessions in real time with the ability to execute various actions if unusual or unwanted behavior is detected. Actions can include sending an alert or immediately terminating a session.

"The time, education, and skills necessary to secure rapid, and iterative DevOps environments have historically been very limited, despite the severity of the potential pitfalls," said Asvin Ramesh, Director of Technology Alliances at HashiCorp. "By connecting HashiCorp Vault with One Identity Safeguard, we're giving our joint customers an integrated solution that offers continuous control, monitoring, and secure access and authentication in real time during this imperative stage of production."

Implementing the One Identity Safeguard plugin to HashiCorp Vault customers takes minimal configuration changes and provides rapid ROI and increased security to organizations. As a result, the integrated solution helps prevent malicious actions or human error, as well as provides evidence for auditing, troubleshooting and forensics investigations to help customers meet regulatory compliance demands.

Darrell Long, VP of Product Management at One Identity, said: "This partnership will provide HashiCorp users with the ability to seamlessly bolster security and reduce risk using the tools that make them productive and safe, while maintaining the agility and scalability needed to compete in their respective markets."

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