With Thycotic's Secret Server, authenticated scans using privileged IDs can be stored in the Secret Server Password repository and never leave the user's perimeter. Users can also leverage Secret Server's ability to log credential usage, restrict access, and periodically rotate credentials to ensure compliance with corporate policies and regulatory requirements.
"Thycotic's Secret Server enables customers to easily and securely manage access to services delivered through the cloud," said Jonathan Cogley, CEO for Thycotic. "This new integration will help customers effectively protect their passwords as they use QualysGuard to scan for vulnerabilities and ensure compliance with policies and regulations to keep their IT systems and data safe."
Read more on how to use Thycotic's Secret Server with QualysGuard or read the full news release.