Netwrix Privileged Account Manager vs One Identity Privileged Access Suite for Unix comparison

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We performed a comparison between Netwrix Privileged Account Manager and One Identity Privileged Access Suite for Unix based on real PeerSpot user reviews.

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Top Answer:The most valuable features are session and password management.
Top Answer:There is a new trend of not having any privileged users or accounts. So they look at metrics as a solution. They remove the privileged accounts completely, and anyone from the company that wants to… more »
Top Answer:I rate this solution an eight out of ten. The solution is suitable for larger companies and will be suitable for government entities, large groups, or banks. It's an enterprise solution and not for… more »
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Because privileged accounts are so powerful, a single misuse or compromise can lead to a data breach or costly business disruption. Even if you keep privileged credentials in a vault, the accounts still exist and can be compromised by attackers or misused by their owners. In addition, common administrative activities leave behind artifacts that attackers can exploit and malware can use to propagate. How do you know that privileged activity is not putting your organization at risk? With the Netwrix platform, you can protect your organization with strong governance and access control.

The Privileged Access Suite for Unix is a one-stop shop for UNIX security that combines Active Directory bridge and root-delegation solutions in one console. It extends the authentication and authorization of Active Directory to UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X users consolidating and unifying identities. Plus, it assigns individual accountability, enables least-privilege access and centralizes access reporting of the UNIX root account.

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Netwrix Privileged Account Manager is ranked 38th in Privileged Access Management (PAM) while One Identity Privileged Access Suite for Unix is ranked 19th in Privileged Access Management (PAM) with 2 reviews. Netwrix Privileged Account Manager is rated 0.0, while One Identity Privileged Access Suite for Unix is rated 7.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of One Identity Privileged Access Suite for Unix writes "A reliable solution with great password and session management". Netwrix Privileged Account Manager is most compared with Delinea Privileged Access Service, whereas One Identity Privileged Access Suite for Unix is most compared with ManageEngine PAM360 and Heimdal Privileged Access Management.

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