We performed a comparison between Delinea Privileged Access Service and Symantec Privileged Access Manager based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The reporting is excellent."
"The most valuable feature is the author's discovery of assets."
"It's easy to use and easy to configure."
"There needs to be a notification when a password is near expiration."
"Although the interface is intuitive, it could be a little more user-friendly."
"The response time for support could be faster. Some features should be added: cloud-based, VPN-less, more secure, and it should be adjusted in a hybrid environment."
Delinea Privilege Service provides all of your IT administration teams with secure, granular access to infrastructure regardless of location, and without the hassles of a VPN.
Secure browser-based access Authorized IT users launch management sessions for resources directly from the Privilege Service portal. Sessions use SSH and RDP protocols, and are always protected end-to-end.
Access across organizational boundaries Privilege Service enables you to authenticate your IT users through Active Directory, LDAP Cloud Directory, or Google G Suite
Directory. You can use one or any combination of these identity stores to grant granular access to employees, business partners and outside vendors.
Grant access to specific resources Unlike a VPN, Privilege Service enables you to grant access to
resources on a on a per-resource basis. This means that you can easily give your internal IT admins access to as much of your infrastructure as necessary, while limiting access by an outsourced
team to only the servers and network hardware their business role or IT function requires.
Access from any location Your IT admins can log in and securely access resources from any location that can reach the Privilege Service. For user logins outside the corporate network, you can require Delinea's built-in multi-factor authentication for security stronger than a user name and password.
CA Privileged Access Manager is a simple-to-deploy, automated, proven solution for privileged access management in physical, virtual and cloud environments. It enhances security by protecting sensitive administrative credentials such as root and administrator passwords, controlling privileged user access, proactively enforcing policies and monitoring and recording privileged user activity across all IT resources. It includes CA PAM Server Control (previously CA Privileged Identity Manager) for fine-grained protection of critical servers
Delinea Privileged Access Service is ranked 11th in Privileged Access Management (PAM) with 2 reviews while Symantec Privileged Access Manager is ranked 12th in Privileged Access Management (PAM) with 1 review. Delinea Privileged Access Service is rated 9.0, while Symantec Privileged Access Manager is rated 5.0. The top reviewer of Delinea Privileged Access Service writes "Inbuilt password vault, good auditing features, and integrates well with other vendors". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Symantec Privileged Access Manager writes "Allows IT and consultants to access the infrastructure environment but needs more security and better support". Delinea Privileged Access Service is most compared with Delinea Secret Server, CyberArk Privileged Access Manager, Azure Key Vault, HashiCorp Vault and SailPoint IdentityIQ, whereas Symantec Privileged Access Manager is most compared with Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine), CyberArk Privileged Access Manager, ARCON Privileged Access Management, ForgeRock and BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management.
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