LinuxSequre provides SSH access protection and LDAP integration for automated user provisioning
Most organizations have complex environments comprising of heterogenous operating systems, which often results in duplicity of tools, processes, expertise and challenges. When trying to apply a consolidated and streamlined cyber security remote access policy, the numerous management points for user identity validation and provisioning introduces new risks to the organization.
Remote access to Linux system using secure shell (SSH) relies mainly on the validation of a user and password which as we know is not enough to protect against hackers. It is vital to include an additional security layer in the form of a strong factor authentication but the complexity of environments and legacy technologies makes the cyber security objective difficult to reach
LinixseQure can be deployed to all your systems, both on premise and in the cloud, in matters of minutes and enforce remote access policies such as combining 2 or 3 factors. The process makes it difficult for malicious users to gain access to the machine. Moreover, the solution offers ease of use by leveraging your LDAP in that it binds all machines to LDAP-centralized location, similar to Microsoft’s Active Directory, making it simple to validate user’s passwords. In effect, LinuxseQure makes it straightforward for Linux clients to simulate the onboarding of users and machines into the domain similar to Windows’ native onboarding process. The solution also supports RADIUS, OpenID and REST API for first and second factor validation.