BeyondTrust AD Bridge centralizes authentication for Unix, Linux and Mac environments by extending Active Directory’s Kerberos authentication and single sign-on capabilities to these platforms. By extending Group Policy to non-Windows platforms, BeyondTrust provides centralized configuration management, reducing the risk and complexity of managing a heterogeneous environment.
Cloud-ready Zero Trust Privilege is designed to handle requesters that are not only human but also machines, services and APIs. There will still be shared accounts, but for increased assurance, best practices now recommend individual identities, not shared accounts, where least privilege can be applied. Centrify Authentication Service allows properly verifying who requests privileged access. This can be achieved by leveraging enterprise directory identities, eliminating local accounts and decreasing the overall number of accounts and passwords, therefore reducing the attack surface.
BeyondTrust Active Directory (AD) Bridge is ranked 2nd in Active Directory Bridge while Centrify Authentication Service is ranked 3rd in Active Directory Bridge. BeyondTrust Active Directory (AD) Bridge is rated 0.0, while Centrify Authentication Service is rated 0.0. On the other hand, BeyondTrust Active Directory (AD) Bridge is most compared with , whereas Centrify Authentication Service is most compared with .
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