Delinea Secret Server

Delinea Secret Server
Formerly Thycotic Secret Server

Score 8.2 out of 10
Delinea Secret Server

Overview

What is Delinea Secret Server?

Secret Server (originally from Thycotic, now from Delinea since the 2021 Thycotic merger with Centrify) is an enterprise password management application, which is available with either a cloud-based or on-premise deployment which emphasizes fast deployment, scalability, and simplicity.
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Secret Server

10 out of 10
January 30, 2020
Our IT department utilizes Secret Server to store our passwords for our privileged accounts. There are several departments we currently …
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Product Demos

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Product Details

What is Delinea Secret Server?

Secret Server is a Privileged Account Management (PAM) solution available both on premise and in the cloud. It empowers security and IT ops teams to secure and manage all types of privileged accounts.

The software gives security and IT ops teams the agility to secure and manage all types of privileges, protecting administrator, service, application, and root accounts from cyber attack. Store privileged credentials in an encrypted, centralized vault.

The vendor states that unlike traditional, complex PAM solutions, Secret Server works the way users work, starting with a rapid deployment and giving users direct control to customize as they grow.

Secret Server aims to enable organizations to:

Improve Security Posture: Protecting privileged accounts helps businesses tighten their attack surface and build resilience against other causes of disruption

Minimize Complexity & Maintain Productivity - Secret Server is presented as fast to deploy and easy to use, unburdening IT teams.

Experience Enterprise-Class Performance - According to the vendor, Delinea secures privileged accounts for more than 10,000 organizations worldwide, including Fortune 500 enterprises and is deployed on the largest networks in the world.

Delinea Secret Server Features

  • Supported: Secure Vault and Password Manager with AD Integration
  • Supported: Discover Local and Active Directory Privileged Accounts
  • Supported: Automatic Password Changing for Network Accounts
  • Supported: Enhanced Auditing & Reporting
  • Supported: Service Account and Dependency Management

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Secret Server is a PAM solution available both on-premise and in the cloud. As cyber threats increase, effective and agile privileged access management, or PAM, has become mission-critical. Secret Server empowers security and IT Teams to secure and manage all types of privi...
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Delinea Secret Server Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Mobile Web

Frequently Asked Questions

Secret Server (originally from Thycotic, now from Delinea since the 2021 Thycotic merger with Centrify) is an enterprise password management application, which is available with either a cloud-based or on-premise deployment which emphasizes fast deployment, scalability, and simplicity.

Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 6.

The most common users of Delinea Secret Server are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).
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Reviews and Ratings

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Christopher Sawyer | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use it to store secrets (passwords) for websites and applications. Secrets for production access can also be checked out in approved time windows, meaning you can schedule the access ahead of time. This is a great way to manage and approve this type of privileged access. Secrets can be individual or shared within a team.
February 15, 2022

Rotate with Thychotoc

Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Thychotic Secret Server for privilege access management. All our admin and service accounts are managed through the software. We engage in password rotation, automated login through Thychotic interface into servers and other privileges environments. It enables us to be able to maintain secure access across our various environments which include production, development, staging, tests, etc. without having to engage in cumbersome password and access management.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Secret Server not only as a place to store passwords but also as a tool to rotate our passwords on a consistent basis on multiple platforms. We also use it as a "jump host" via RDP and SSH. Mainly our IT department uses it, but we also have other departments using it as well. Hopefully, in the future, Secret Server will allow you to use HTTPS as one of its proxies.
Robert Paul | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We currently use Secret Server within the IT department only. It keeps track of all of our shared passwords— systems, websites, support sites—in one centrally located, secure place. The department used to use a shared desktop application that was hard to keep up to date, and frequently resulted in passwords being recorded elsewhere unofficially, and as less secure.
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Secret Server enterprise-wide as the source for all password administration. It generally (but not always) generates our passwords, so as to maintain password complexity. We use it to securely share passwords between administrators and users. On a personal level, I use it for my personal passwords as well. It keeps them secure, albeit on our corporate hardware.
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