At the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit 2015 in London, SSH Communications Security announced its Universal SSH Key Manager (UKM) solution is available as a virtual application, free to download and trial. To get a trial license, visit https://info.ssh.com/trial-ssh-key-manager-beta.
Using UKM, businesses can map infrastructure authorizations and implement standard Secure Shell key policies across their entire network quickly without disrupting any already compliant processes. Major enterprises, financial institutions, and federal agencies can use UKM to benefit their practices in a variety of ways.
To better streamline operations UKM includes a user portal enabling organizations to allow users to manage their own keys, still implementing defined policies and standards compliance. Organizations will be able to lower their costs and make their users more productive, while meeting requirements in standards such as PCI-DSS, NIST and HIPAA.
The appliance is available for trials today, so it is easy to get started testing, and an updated release with the user portal functionality will be rolled out during Q42015.
“Organizations are struggling to manage Secure Shell keys in a way that is easy to use, centralized and delivers strong security and compliance to boot,” shared Matthew McKenna, chief commercial officer, SSH Communications Security. “Universal SSH Key Manager is a purpose-built, budget-friendly key management solution that helps organizations achieve compliance with Secure Shell key authorizations within even the most complicated network environments. Our customers have found the Universal SSH Key Manager to be flexible and non-disruptive to their business, and this new release will further extend our lead in enabling compliance and productivity.”
SSH Communications Security is inventor of the SSH protocol, with a twenty-year history of leading the market in developing advanced security solutions that enable, monitor, and manage encrypted networks. The company’s encryption is trusted by over 3,000 customers globally, who also rely on SSH Communications Security’s access control and encrypted channel monitoring solutions, used to meet compliance requirements, improve security posture and save on operational costs.
SSH Communications Security is headquartered in Helsinki with offices in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Shares (SSH1V) are quoted on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki, and more information about SSH Communications Security is available online at www.ssh.com.
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