Compare Imprivata OneSign Authentication Management vs. Thycotic Password Reset Server

Imprivata OneSign Authentication Management is ranked 8th in Enterprise Password Managers with 1 review while Thycotic Password Reset Server is ranked 18th in Enterprise Password Managers. Imprivata OneSign Authentication Management is rated 8.0, while Thycotic Password Reset Server is rated 0. The top reviewer of Imprivata OneSign Authentication Management writes "Has an easy log in that enables us to use one single ID for signing into more than fifty applications". On the other hand, Imprivata OneSign Authentication Management is most compared with Okta, Evidian Enterprise SSO and Microsoft Sentillion eXpresso, whereas Thycotic Password Reset Server is most compared with ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus, CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault and Bomgar Vault.
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Overview

Imprivata OneSign Authentication Management delivers fast, secure no-click-access to the applications and information that care providers need, whenever and wherever they need it.

Security and regulatory compliance requirements mandate user authentication technology for accessing workstations and applications. As a result, care providers need to enter unique usernames and passwords (or PINs) for order signing, documentation signing, medication reconciliation and most other applications throughout their workflow. These laborious login requirements can disrupt clinical focus and obstruct patient care.

Password Reset Server enforces stronger and more secure end-user password controls. It can verify user authenticity with phone verification by calling or sending an SMS to the phone number registered to the user's account and providing a pin code. It enables end-users to make changes to their AD attributes, like home address and phone number. The Trust-based security policies customize password reset procedures based on your Active Directory OU structure. Administrators can automatically enroll employees or allow them to manually enroll and set their own security questions. Manual enrollment includes automatic email reminders to encourage and track enrollment by sending emails from within the application. Password Reset Server is accessible to your employees with disabilities and is compliant with Section 508 requirements.

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AZ Groeninge, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool Womens NHS Foundation Trust, Mahaska Health Partnership, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, Boulder Community Hospital, City of Marietta, Spencer Hospital, Southwest Washington Medical Center, South Shore HospitalBAE Systems, Microsoft Game Studios, Adobe, USDA, Honda, Back United, Garmin, Activision, NATO, NPR, Vistaprint, HubSpot, Kellogg's, AT&T, Kaplan Medical, AAA, Netflix, De Beers
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