Secrets Management

Fortanix provides a secure secrets management solution that can manage application secrets natively in the cloud and on-premises.

Overview

Cloud native development and multicloud infrastructure has led to increased proliferation and decentralization of secrets. If left to their own devices, these secrets can sprawl over time leading to data breaches and privacy concerns. Fortanix provides a single centralized platform to securely store, control and manage secrets and protect your sensitive data. 
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What we do

Secret Management
Secret Management
Fortanix offers a secure secrets management solution that can manage secrets natively in the cloud and on-premises, providing extensive RESTful APIs through open standards such as OAuth, OpenID (SAML), LDAP, JWT, and PKI.
Tokenization
Tokenization
With Fortanix, you can substitute token for sensitive data using a REST API to achieve privacy compliance. This helps eliminate the link to sensitive data and protect against data breaches.
Code Signing
Code Signing
Fortanix enables developers to cryptographically sign code to verify the authenticity and integrity of applications, ensuring they are not altered or corrupted.

Benefits

Single pane view to manage and access secrets

With Fortanix, your teams get a single source to access all secrets like encryption keys, tokens and passwords and your security teams get a Single-Pane view to manage and audit the access.

Single pane view to manage and access secrets

Stay compliant with foolproof access management

Identity access management with single-sign on, Active Directory integration, and role-based access control, with secure, comprehensive, tamper proof audit logs, provides insight into how secrets are being used, helping you meet compliance requirements.

Stay compliant with foolproof access management

Flexible platform with extensive integrations

Fortanix offers extensive integrations options, integrates with any DevOps environment with Rest APIs. Supports upcoming technologies like Kubernetes, Docker etc.

Flexible platform with extensive integrations
Gartner
quote iconSecrets — typically sensitive credentials or encryption keys — have proved increasingly dangerous in DevSecOps environments, although the challenge is hardly new. Developers have always routinely hard-coded passwords and other types of credentials in scripts and programs. More-enlightened organizations might move the credential to a configuration file or a metadata service — helping somewhat, but still typically leaving the credential in plaintext in a location readily accessible to malicious users
- 12 Things to Get Right for Successful DevSecOps
Gartner
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