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IBM Secret Server, Secret Server, IBM Security Privileged Identity ManagerCA PAM, Xceedium Xsuite, CA Privileged Access Manager
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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.

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

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Computer Software Company36%
Comms Service Provider23%
Government8%
Insurance Company5%
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Logistics Company16%
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Government7%
Financial Services Firm6%
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Midsize Enterprise5%
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IBM Security Secret Server is ranked 12th in Privileged Access Management while Symantec Privileged Access Manager is ranked 8th in Privileged Access Management with 1 review. IBM Security Secret Server is rated 0.0, while Symantec Privileged Access Manager is rated 0.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Symantec Privileged Access Manager writes "Great features that provide comprehensive coverage of what's required for the PAM solution". IBM Security Secret Server is most compared with Thycotic Secret Server, CyberArk PAS, BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management, ARCON Privileged Access Management and WALLIX Bastion, whereas Symantec Privileged Access Manager is most compared with CyberArk PAS, Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine), ARCON Privileged Access Management, ForgeRock and CyberArk Endpoint Privilege Manager.

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