Keeping SSH Keys Safe is Hard
Manually managing SSH keys is a time intensive task for IT departments and an inconvenience for engineers. The process of getting SSH credentials and then trusting that key on each server costs thousands of dollars worth of productivity each year. What's more, relying on a manual system leaves your organization vulnerable to security threats due to compromised credentials as a result of a complex operation and technical process.
With EZSSH, IT leaders do not have to worry about key rotation, adding or removal of keys. When a user is added to an AAD group or Azure RBAC with access to a particular endpoint, the user can request access to that endpoint. Once the user is removed, the user no longer has access. EZSSH introduces automation and centralized controls to an otherwise decentralized toolset. Learn more