INTEGRIS Health Turns to FoxT to Streamline Linux Server Management and Mitigate System Vulnerabilities
Approximately 400 application design, support and admin personnel as well as medical personnel that would consult on the Epic user-interface system would eventually need access to the Linux servers. Given that INTEGRIS Health must operate under HIPAA compliance regulations, the security and policy controls that would manage the Linux servers would play a major role as the organization must always be prepared for potential audits.
Large Financial Processing Company Centralizes ID Administration and Logging Across Unix/Linux Servers
The chief engineer for a large financial processing company, who was a UNIX administrator, had to deal with the merger of his company with a much larger one. The merger was supposed to produce a lot of cost savings, but turned into an administrative nightmare for him and his staff. Before the merger, the chief engineer had to maintain 600 servers. After the merger was completed, the number of servers grew to 2,000. Today the company operates well over 5,000 servers...
Utility Protects Servers and Simplifies Compliance with Access Management
This major South Western Electric & Power Company serves more than 375,000 customers. As the electric and power provider enters its third century of operations, the company continues to find innovative ways to provide reliability, service and value to customers and the community.
Manufacturing Company Streamlines Administration with Centralized Privileged User Management
With a diverse mixture of 600 servers across multiple global business units, this leading manufacturing company knew their management of privileged user access rights and associated user accounts was out of control. One big challenge was that user accounts were managed via local edits. Administrators manually added user accounts to each server to which the user needed access and then manually removed them when the person left.
Compliance: Global Food and Beverage Provider Centralizes Privileged Access Management
After failing a SOX audit, this leading food and beverage organization implemented an automated approach to control the administration, authorization and audit of privileged users.
Employing BoKS ServerControl to Manage World-Class Banking Services
BoKS ServerControl is a comprehensive identity and access management solution that controls access across the bank’s large, heterogeneous Unix and Linux servers. With BoKS ServerControl, information security administrators at the bank can easily manage the identification and authentication of users, create user groups and roles, establish access control policies, ensure data privacy and integrity, and audit the entire process—all from a central security console.
Financial Institution Centralizes Access Controls Across 50,000 Servers
This leading US bank had thousands of Solaris, AIX, and Linux Redhat servers, with hundreds of administrators requiring access. They needed to ensure protection of data and applications running on servers both to protect corporate value and reputation and to meet regulatory requirements.
Centralized Privileged User Authentication and Authorization Management
Top 5 worldwide bank implements FoxT BoKS ServerControl for privileged access management capabilities to cover servers within the banking operation.