Quest Change Auditor for Active Directory is a security auditing solution providing real-time notifications for critical AD, Azure AD and ADFS configuration changes. The application tracks, audits, reports and alerts on all key configuration changes (for example, modifications in users, groups, nested groups, GPOs, computers, services, registry entries, local users or the DNS), and consolidates them in a single console without the overhead of native auditing.
In addition, you can lock down critical AD objects to protect them from unauthorized or accidental modifications and deletions. Correlating activity across the on-premises and cloud directories, Change Auditor provides a single pane of glass view of your hybrid environment and makes it easy to search all events regardless of where they occurred.
Cloud Access Manager
One Identity Cloud Access Manager (CAM) delivers real productivity gains by minimizing the effort required to control access to the on-premises applications and cloud service accounts of your organization. When using CAM, users (such as employees or customers) require only a single username and password combination to gain secure access to their resources through a customizable application portal. However, if stronger authentication is preferred, you can also configure CAM to require one-time passwords (OTP) during login.
For more information on using CAM with Active Roles, see Integrated Windows Authentication in the Cloud Access Manager Configuration Guide.
One Identity Defender is a cost-effective security solution that authenticates users who access your network resources. When deployed in your organization, only users who successfully authenticate via Defender are granted access to the secured resources.
Defender uses the user identities stored in Microsoft Active Directory (AD) to enable two-factor authentication (2FA), taking advantage of its inherent scalability and security, and eliminating the costs and time required to set up and maintain proprietary databases. The web-based administration tool and the user self-service portal of Defender ease the implementation of 2FA for both administrators and users. Defender also provides a comprehensive audit trail that enables compliance and forensics.
For more information on using Defender with Active Roles, see Integration with Active Roles in the Defender Administration Guide.
Quest Enterprise Reporter provides administrators, security officers, help desk staff, and other stakeholders insight into their network environment. Reporting on your network environment provides general visibility into the security and configuration of your environment, validation against your security policies to ensure objects are configured as expected, and an easy way to respond to inquiries from auditors requesting security and configuration information.
Enterprise Reporter provides a unified solution for data discovery and report generation. Using the Enterprise Reporter Configuration Manager, administrators can easily configure and deploy discoveries to collect and store data. Once the data has been collected, the Report Manager allows users to produce reports that help organizations ensure that they comply with industry regulations and standards, adhere to internal security policies, and fulfill hardware and software requirements.
For more information on using Enterprise Reporter with Active Roles, see the Enterprise Reporter Configuration Manager User Guide, or the Quest Enterprise Reporter Knowledge Base.
One Identity Manager simplifies managing user identities, access permissions, and security policies. By delegating identity management and access decisions directly to the organization, Identity Manager can ease the workload of the company IT team, so they can focus on their core competences.
For more information on integrating Active Roles with Identity Manager, see Working with One Identity Manager in the Active Roles Synchronization Service Administration Guide and the Identity Manager Administration Guide for Active Roles Integration.
Recovery Manager for Active Directory
Quest Recovery Manager for Active Directory (RMAD) is an AD recovery tool that enables you to recover sections of the organization AD (for example, selected objects or object properties) without taking AD offline. RMAD minimizes potential AD downtimes that data corruption or improper directory modifications can cause by offering automatic backup options, and fast, remotely managed recovery operations.
Active Roles supports integration with RMAD through its Active Roles Add-on for RMAD extension. When installed, the Active Roles Web Interface receives a new Restore Object option, opening the Recovery Manager Portal of RMAD, and allowing you to restore modified or deleted directory objects.
For more information on RMAD, see the RMAD technical documentation. For more information on the Active Roles Add-on for RMAD extension, see the Active Roles Add-on for Recovery Manager for Active Directory Release Notes.
One Identity Safeguard is a privileged management software used to control, monitor, and govern privileged user accounts and activities to identify possible malicious activities, detect entitlement risks, and provide tamper proof evidence. Safeguard products also aid incident investigation, forensics work, and compliance efforts.
The One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords (SPP) appliances are built specifically for use only with the SPP privileged management software, which is pre-installed and ready for use on the SPP appliance. The SPP appliance is hardened to ensure the system is secured at the hardware, operating system, and software levels as well. The hardened appliance approach protects the privileged management software from attacks while simplifying deployment and ongoing management, and also shortening the time frame to value period.
For more information on SPP, see the latest One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords documentation.
Safeguard Authentication Services
Addressing the compliance need for cross-platform access control.
Unifying identities and directories for simplified identity and access management.
For more information on integrating Active Roles with SAS, see the Authentication Services Active Roles Integration Pack Release Notes or SAS Knowledge Base Article 253135.
One Identity Starling Two-Factor Authentication is designed to support non-federated applications and applications acting as Identity Providers (IdP) to accept an OTP for 2FA via text message, phone call or the Starling 2FA app. Starling Two-Factor Authentication also supports push notifications, where users receive approval requests on their Starling 2FA app for 2FA. Applications using Starling Two-Factor Authentication can validate OTP and redirect all OTP and push notification management workflows directly to Starling Two-Factor Authentication, providing a single interface for all 2FA operations.
For more information on integrating Active Roles with Starling Two-Factor Authentication, see Configuring Active Roles to join One Identity Starling.
One Identity Starling Connect is a cloud-based service extending the provisioning capabilities of Active Roles to a growing collection of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, enabling organizations to streamline processes and secure hybrid environments. This allows you to extend your on-premises Active Roles deployment to provision additional applications, regardless of whether they are on-premises or cloud-based.
For more information on integrating Active Roles with Starling Connect, see Starling
The Privileged Appliance and Modules (TPAM) appliance is a robust collection of integrated modular technologies designed specifically to meet the complex and growing compliance and security requirements associated with privileged identity management and privileged access control. TPAM consists of two main modules:
Privileged Password Manager ensures that when administrators require elevated access, that access is granted according to the established organization policy, with all appropriate approvals, with all actions fully audited and tracked, and in a way that the password used is immediately changed upon its return.
Privileged Session Manager provides tools for session and proxy control, and for auditing, recording and replaying the activities of high-risk users, for example administrators or remote vendors. It provides a single point of control from which you can authorize connections, limit access to specific resources, view active connections, record all activities, or raise alerts and terminate connections if they exceed the pre-set time limits.
With its available modules, One Identity TPAM automates, controls and secures the entire process of granting administrators the credentials necessary to perform their duties.