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This article is part of the October 2007 issue of Tips from the 2007 Security 7 Awards
ACCESS CONTROL Symark PowerBroker 5.0 REVIEWED BY SANDRA KAY MILLER Symark Price: Starts at $1,000 per server Symark PowerBroker solves the dilemma of providing root access privileges to multiple users on Unix-based systems without compromising security. It delivers comprehensive security controls through granular policies, and exhaustive auditing for rock-solid regulatory compliance. The client/server-based software resides at the shell level, making no changes to the kernel. PowerBroker supports 30 different types of encryption--AES 256 is the default--to secure network traffic, logs and configuration files. Configuration/Management A Installation requires moderate expertise in Unix environments and an understanding of basic shell scripting. We used a simple batch file to disseminate the necessary files to client systems. PowerBroker works with HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, SCO and AIX and integrates well with existing infrastructure such as routers and firewalls. PowerBroker can be configured and managed by command line or its well-designed Web GUI, which can ... Access >>>
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