Secure storage, rotation, and access control for SSH key protection.
SSH Key Management
SSH Key Management involves securely overseeing the lifecycle of SSH (Secure Shell) keys, ensuring their safe storage, regular rotation, and controlled access to fortify SSH key security.
• Blocking unauthorized access to privileged accounts using SSH keys;
• Controlling and tracing SSH key use;
• Managing trust relationships between SSH keys and systems.
Linux server scan and SSH key identification;
Connection list structuring between servers;
SSH Keys resetting with manual publishing;
SSH Keys publishing.
Key mapping reports;
Report and access logs on the use of SSH keys.
• Encryption of stored SSH keys and all communication through them.