Organizations suffer costly data breaches because and fail security audits because their privileged identity passwords go unmanaged. Privileged identities are the so-called “super user” accounts that hold elevated permission to access files, run programs, and change configuration settings. They exist on virtually every component in the IT infrastructure – including business applications, hardware and networking devices, and more.
Enterprise Random Password Manager™ (ERPM) works seamlessly with Rapid7 Metasploit® to save IT staff time and help augment your network security. In just a few clicks, Rapid7 can be configured to use credentials managed by ERPM for authenticated scanning of IT resources on your network.
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ERPM automatically tracks your computers and devices, and for all systems continuously maintains more of the critical identifying data – not just simple names but also fully qualified domain names, IP addresses, and so on. As a result, whenever Rapid7 queries ERPM, you’re assured of getting the correct credentials needed to complete your security scan – without the repeated error alerts and manual intervention you’ll find with competing integrations.
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Together ERPM and Rapid7 save IT staff time and augment your network security.
- Maximize the business value of your Metasploit implementation by ensuring that privileged credentials are always available, on demand, for all Metasploit security assessments and reports.
- Vastly reduce IT staff overhead by eliminating the need to manually update every credential stored in Metasploit whenever the privileged credentials change on managed systems.
- Eliminate duplicate stores of highly privileged credentials and improve your organization’s security posture by maintaining a single, highly secure and available repository of privileged accounts within ERPM.
- Maintain continuous compliance with BASEL II, BASEL III, PCI-DSS, SOX, HIPAA, and other key regulations by removing tedious, manual intervention that is otherwise required to change privileged account passwords on physical and virtual tiers – and then update every change in Metasploit.
For technical details, download the Nexpose Lieberman Integration Guide.
To learn more about the ERPM Rapid7 integration, contact an account manager.