Cmd is a Linux command-line visibility, protection, and authorization platform that's powerful yet easy to use.
IBM Security Secret Server protects privileged accounts from hackers and insider threats, helps ensure compliance with evolving regulations, and allows authorized employees to seamlessly gain access to the tools and information they need to drive productivity. Easily detect, manage and audit privileged accounts, and control which applications are permitted to run on endpoints and servers to prevent malicious applications from penetrating the environment. IBM Security Secret Server is fast to deploy, easy to use and scalable for the enterprise.
Cmd is ranked 31st in Privileged Access Management (PAM) while IBM Security Secret Server is ranked 12th in Privileged Access Management (PAM). Cmd is rated 0.0, while IBM Security Secret Server is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Cmd is most compared with , whereas IBM Security Secret Server is most compared with Thycotic Secret Server, CyberArk Privileged Access Manager, Symantec Privileged Access Manager and BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management.
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