In this paper, we provide a brief description of the AWS SSM Session Manager and how it compares to Gravitational’s Teleport privileged access management solution.
This paper is an overview of how Teleport delivers security best practices necessary for providing secure privileged access for multi-team organizations accessing dynamic, multi-cloud and on-prem infrastructure environments. It assumes knowledge of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Public Key Cryptography, Secure Shell (SSH) and Kubernetes.
Gravitational added management support via Kubernetes to its Teleport credential management product, which now places the popular container orchestration platform next to the already supported secure socket shell (SSH). Control of both is through a single pane of glass for organizations dealing with multiple infrastructure environments.
Gravitational announces Teleport 3.0, which allows InfoSec, system architects and systems engineers to manage privileged access to their infrastructure across multiple cloud providers and on-premise through either SSH or Kubernetes, while meeting compliance requirements, reducing operational overhead, and enabling complete visibility into user behavior.
Gravitational has announced Kubernetes support in version 3.0 of its open-source privileged access management software, Teleport. Teleport 3.0 provides InfoSec, system architects, and systems engineers with a way to manage privileged access to their infrastructure while meeting compliance requirements, reducing operational overhead, and enabling complete visibility into user behavior.
HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, sets the standard for protecting sensitive patient data. Any company that deals with protected health information (PHI) must ensure that all the required physical, network, and process security measures are in place and followed.
Teleport has tons of team-friendly features, and it showcases Google's Go language as a replacement for critical IT infrastructure.