WEBINAR: Managing Lights-out Management Card Credentials
Monthly Event - Third Wednesday of every month: 11:00 AM (PST)
Welcome to the Lieberman Software PRIVILEGED IDENTITY MANAGEMENT WEBINAR SERIES. This session focuses on bringing lights-out management cards under management:
|Find and manage lights-out credentials on Dell DRAC, HP iLO and generic IPMI cards.|
Many companies leave their lights-out management cards (IP KVMs) set to the factory defaults.
This allows anybody with network access full console access to any machine which provides for power control, firmware access (BIOS), and for other potentially malicious activities.
Up until recently, there has been no easy way to change the default credentials on a large number of these critical devices at the same time, much less control access to who has the credentials.
In this webinar we will show you how to find these cards, change their credentials, and delegate access to these devices in a time limited manner using Enterprise Random Password Manager (ERPM).
This will be live product training, so please join us!
The company released its first commercial product in 1994, but traces its roots back to 1978 when it was founded as a software consultancy. Since its inception, Lieberman Software has been a profitable, management owned firm. It has consistently provided unique solutions that fill the niche of managing local and domain security. For years, Lieberman Software products have been the choice of organizations concerned with locating and remediating problems occurring within the IT infrastructure, where rapid and comprehensive response is crucial.
Lieberman Software pioneered the privileged account password management space by releasing the first product to this market in 2001. Since then, the company has regularly updated and expanded its privileged password solution set while growing its customer base in this vibrant and emerging market.
Lieberman Software is a managed Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and Oracle Gold Partner. The company also works with ArcSight, BMC, Cisco, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, Novell, Red Hat, and Thales in varying capacities. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA and maintains an office in Austin, TX. All product development, testing, and support operations are based in the United States.