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Bomgar Privileged Identity (formerly Lieberman RED) is an enterprise password management application.Lieberman RED ReviewERPM (Formally named) is used for password management of generic account and accounts with elevated privileges. It solves the problem of keeping the account passwords walking out the door when an employee leaves. Also if the account is compromised it has a very limited time of use. It is being used enterprise-wide for directory based accounts. Not local accounts. Other products are being used to manage local accounts.,Manage local accounts of workstations and servers. The web interface is easy for users of RED to use. The shared password list is a very nice feature that allows users to store credentials that have to remain static.,Most settings are global. You cannot assign different checkout time lengths to separate accounts as an example. The install process is awful. There is no redundancy built into the product The entire RED system has to be down for patching/upgrades.,3,Positive = General and admin accounts have randomized passwords that users check out. Positive = Logs for who is using what Negative = Large overhead for managing RED,CyberArk Privileged Account SecurityERPM...not easy to say, but easy to useLieberman Enterprise Random Password Manager (ERPM) is just now rolling out at this location, and across the enterprise. It does what it proclaims to do, which is to simplify and strengthen password policy and security.,Ease of use Simplicity of use Lower cost than competitors Free training Continual training with the updates,Not as slick as CyberArk Training is free, but could use a lot of improvement Documentation needs refinement,8,Lower cost than competitors Ease of usr means easy to get staff up to speed on the product Very painless rollout, meaning less time troubleshooting issues,CyberArk Privileged Account Security,Splunk
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Bomgar Privileged Identity (formerly Lieberman RED)
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Score 5.9 out of 101
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Bomgar Privileged Identity
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Score 5.9 out of 101
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Eric Mastilak profile photo
March 15, 2018

Bomgar Privileged Identity: "Lieberman RED Review"

Score 3 out of 10
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ERPM (Formally named) is used for password management of generic account and accounts with elevated privileges. It solves the problem of keeping the account passwords walking out the door when an employee leaves. Also if the account is compromised it has a very limited time of use. It is being used enterprise-wide for directory based accounts. Not local accounts. Other products are being used to manage local accounts.
  • Manage local accounts of workstations and servers.
  • The web interface is easy for users of RED to use.
  • The shared password list is a very nice feature that allows users to store credentials that have to remain static.
  • Most settings are global. You cannot assign different checkout time lengths to separate accounts as an example.
  • The install process is awful.
  • There is no redundancy built into the product
  • The entire RED system has to be down for patching/upgrades.
It is very well suited to manage local passwords on machines.

It fails at managing accounts located in the directory. It treats a directory as a "system" as a result of your settings for the "system" ends up being global. It makes for a very complicated rights structure. Rights have to be assigned on a per accounts basis.
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Terry Garbo, CISSP GCIH GCFE profile photo
June 21, 2016

Bomgar Privileged Identity Review: "ERPM...not easy to say, but easy to use"

Score 8 out of 10
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Lieberman Enterprise Random Password Manager (ERPM) is just now rolling out at this location, and across the enterprise. It does what it proclaims to do, which is to simplify and strengthen password policy and security.
  • Ease of use
  • Simplicity of use
  • Lower cost than competitors
  • Free training
  • Continual training with the updates
  • Not as slick as CyberArk
  • Training is free, but could use a lot of improvement
  • Documentation needs refinement
Works great in a Wiindows/Linux environments. Easy to roll out and especially easy to update. Account manager stays in touch often. Monthly training on the product is a plus.
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About Bomgar Privileged Identity

Bomgar Privileged Identity (formerly Lieberman RED) is an enterprise password management application.
Categories:  Password Manager

Bomgar Privileged Identity Features

Has featurePrivileged Identity Management
Has featurePrivileged Access Management
Has featureSSH Key Management
Has featureCyber Defense
Has featurePrivileged Account Management
Has featureSession Recording
Has featurePassword Manager

Bomgar Privileged Identity Integrations

Oracle PeopleSoft HCM, Microsoft SQL Server, SailPoint - Identity Governance and Administration, Oracle - Authentication and Encryption, RSA SecurID - Authentication and Encryption, Dell Remote Access Controller (DRAC) - Infrastructure Management, HP Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) - Infrastructure Management, Microsoft ASP.NET - Infrastructure Management, Microsoft Azure Certified, Microsoft SharePoint - Infrastructure Management, Microsoft PowerShell, and many more

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Pricing

Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
Does not have featureFree or Freemium Version Available?No
Does not have featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?No
Entry-level set up fee?No

Bomgar Privileged Identity Support Options

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Training

Bomgar Privileged Identity Technical Details

Deployment Types:On-premise, SaaS
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux
Mobile Application:No