Securing privileged access to servers has traditionally focused on key management. But managing, tracking, and rotating keys at scale is a nearly impossible task. Credential theft is still one of the most efficient and effective attack vectors with three out of four enterprises vulnerable to root-level attacks due to SSH mismanagement.
Odo’s zero trust architecture secures privileged access to servers via a built-in PAM solution designed to eliminate the need for users to hold static credentials. Instead, users authenticate to a server using either a short-lived token or a public-private key pair, both of which are issued and managed through Odo. The keys are rotated periodically and can be manually revoked at any time, instantly cutting off all access.