Identity Hygiene

Sharelock analyzes the identity attack surface to detect hidden IAM risks across all of your environments

Sharelock’s defense

Sharelock analyzes the identity attack surface to find vulnerabilities. In particular, accounts that are vulnerable to account takeovers. An inactive account that no one has used for months is no different than an unused one, an orphaned account, or, even more dangerous, a ghost account are all easy entry points, made even easier for the attacker if that account hasn't had a strong password and did not configure MFA.

IAM hygiene is not only about identifying these vulnerabilities, but also recommending and even implementing campaigns to clean up your identities and strengthen your identity posture according to the principles of least privilege and zero trust security.

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Sharelock, Shortly

Identity First

Create a foundational starting point from which to work your identity & access posture detecting identity-related blind spots that were missed by your identity infrastructure.

Shadow Access

Discover hidden and forgotten accounts for business-critical applications. Remove accesses you no longer need and make your applications safer and more secure.

Misconfigured MFA

Discover access to applications that do not have the necessary MFA. Detects misconfigured MFAs that can lead to identity compromise attacks.

Full Visibility of Your Identity Fabric

Sharelock provides unprecedented observability, identifying hidden risks to reduce the identity attack surface, including over-privileged identities, orphan accounts, ghost accounts

Continuously Monitor and Enforce Identity Security Posture

Our insights enable managers to set and enforce security policies that continuously govern access across the organization. Sharelock identifies existing access permissions that can lead to exposures and attacks, alerting managers and simplifying remediation with automated tools.

AI-Generated Recommendations

Compliance recommendations: based on actual user behaviors, aim to close the gap between the ‘should be’ state – described in Identity Management platforms – vs the ‘as-is‘.