Compare CA Privileged Access Manager vs. One Identity Safeguard

CA Privileged Access Manager is ranked 2nd in Privileged Access Management with 21 reviews while One Identity Safeguard which is ranked 5th in Privileged Access Management with 6 reviews. CA Privileged Access Manager is rated 8.0, while One Identity Safeguard is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of CA Privileged Access Manager writes "It will provide us with more security". On the other hand, the top reviewer of One Identity Safeguard writes "We are able to demonstrate what has happened on systems and who did what, but we want to be able to generate CSRs from the interface for certificates". CA Privileged Access Manager is most compared with CyberArk PAS, Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) and Thycotic Secret Server, whereas One Identity Safeguard is most compared with CyberArk PAS, ObserveIT and CA Privileged Access Manager. See our CA Privileged Access Manager vs. One Identity Safeguard report.
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It reduces the viral attacks on my website. It also allows certain users access to see what happens daily.We have received good support from the tech support team.CA PAM is working well for us.The DB clustering is a really good benefit of using CA PAM.We can enforce complicated password policies and very important frequent password changes.The product is very scalable in terms of concurrent sessions that it can handle at a time, number of device it can support, accounts that it can manage, or number of nodes that you can deploy in a cluster.The key benefits are we improve our governance. We ensure we can build more trust in the way we run and operate our environment, and most of all is the accountability.One of the key things for us about the product is around its simplicity. Being able to put in the technology that allows the business to remove complexity and also allow the security improvements.

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The most unique and valuable features are the upstream and downstream throughput capacities; the Safeguard platform provides agile integration. In actuality, all the features are valuable. They're good, user-friendly.The transparent mode for privileged sessions is a very good solution.It is easy to manage. There is a very logical, clear user interface. Also, the integration of scripts is thoughtfully implemented. Overall, it's a nice product to manage.The technical support is tremendous.The transparent mode for privileged sessions is one of the best thing for customers, because they don't see the system in-between.The system is easy to manage, as it is not a system that you will change everything all of a sudden. It evolves most of the time with customer requests.The extensible framework for authentication is one of the most valuable features. We use an MFA plug-in and a lot of different factors, depending on what the business use-cases are. And of course, the auditing functionality is also valuable.The initial setup is very easy.

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The setup is complex.I would like this solution to be simpler. It should have a one-click access that works together with AWS.An improvement for this solution is that it should not be constantly based on user name and password. There should be a condition to edit and update your username.We experience stability issues after every patch upgrade. This is a place where CA needs to improve drastically.The service account management functionality needs to be extended to application pools, SQL database, PowerShell scripts, service account discovery, etc.Bring more technology into the portfolio and being able to collapse those products into a much more integrated way.They need to do a little bit more on the mainframe side.​Instead of just giving passwords to the user based on job function, from auditing perspective, turn that cycle around. That would really help from an auditing standpoint.

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Our experience with technical support has been disappointing. We require more prompt and faster response times. We require answers to our questions right away but we haven't received that level of support.On a scale of one to ten, the stability is an eight.The high availability function of the box requires a long time to switch over from one appliance to another.The automated change of the passwords, which is now integrated, could be improved to be more flexible regarding different systems.For some users, the physical appliance has been a bit buggy.We would like to be able to generate certificate signing requests (CSRs) from the interface for certificates.Even though we have two nodes, there's no way to do an upgrade without taking everything completely offline. It would be nice if they could improve that.It needs more marketing.

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Pricing and Cost Advice
It is reasonably priced.It is more expensive than other solutions on the market.I would prefer better licensing options for the 20-100 users we have at a given time.Pricing is fair compared to other top vendors.The licensing is simple and scalable.Cost-wise, CA was better compared to others in the market. ​Appliances are relatively cheap, don’t skimp. Make sure you have redundancy, high availability, and enough appliances to manage the concurrent workload.The prices are not low, but one can ask for a discount. It’s not the cheapest PAM solution.

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Setup cost, pricing and licensing are all very expensive.

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Also Known As
CA PAM, Xceedium Xsuite
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Overview

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

One Identity Safeguard securely stores, manages, records and analyzes privileged accounts and access. It is an integrated solution that combines a secure hardened password safe and a session management and monitoring solution with threat detection and analytics.

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Sample Customers
NEOVERA, Telesis, eSoftCavium
Top Industries
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Financial Services Firm25%
Retailer19%
Comms Service Provider13%
Logistics Company13%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Financial Services Firm42%
Comms Service Provider18%
Government16%
Energy/Utilities Company10%
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