Privileged Access Management

IBM Security Secret Server deploys privileged access management to empower enterprises with control over application access to endpoints and servers.

IBM PAM Solution: Secret Server On-Premises & in the Cloud 

Control information about a user on a computer, from identity to their actions.

IBM Security Secret Server makes it easy to identify and secure all service, application, administrator, and root accounts across the enterprise. Through continuous discovery, you’ll be able to curb privileged account sprawl and gain a full view of privileged access in organization.


IBM Security Secret Server is a repository that stores and manages Secrets, which are pieces of information about privileged accounts, for an enterprise system. Some examples of Secrets include passwords for routers, servers and applications, SSL certificates, license keys, and spreadsheets. The Dashboard is the main screen of the user interface, and it is used for searching and viewing Secrets.


IBM Secret Server integrates with many IBM Security solutions, including Cloud Identity for single sign-on and multi-factor authentication and Identity Governance & Intelligence for lifecycle management and governance.


Unlike traditional PAM solutions, IBM Secret Server is easy to use and fast to deploy, available both on-premises and in the cloud. 


Key features of IBM PAM solution:

  • Privileged, shared and service accounts;
  • Protect passwords with a secure, encrypted vault;
  • Change passwords automatically when they expire;
  • Record  and monitor privileged session access, log keystrokes;
  • Experience unlimited applications and SDK;
  • Simple IIS & SQL stack for easy deployment.​​​​​​​