Zero Trust Privileged Access Management

Unify privilege management, prevent credential abuse and block cyberattacks against all users, apps, and data.

The majority of cyberattacks use stolen credentials for initial intrusion and lateral movement. Tightly managing every credential’s privilege level, and monitoring privileged sessions, are fundamental security needs. A mixed landscape of modern and legacy assets, spread across branch offices and remote sites often leads to privileged credentials with access to critical assets falling through the cracks and going unprotected.

Capabilities of Privileged Access Management (PAM)

Control Access to Critical Assets

The most important function of PAM is to enable the creation of granular policy to control which users, applications, and devices can access critical systems and data.

Monitor and Record Every Session

PAM solutions must log and record every access session to provide an audit trail. This enables rapid investigation of risky activity, as well as activity reviews for compliance or operational improvement.

Simplify Privilege Provisioning

A PAM needs to make it simple to provide just-enough, just-in-time access to critical assets and data, and to granularly control the parameters of that access, in keeping with the zero trust principle of least privilege.

Support Regulatory Compliance

PAM solutions must provide not only the control, but the monitoring and logging to fulfill NIST CSF, TSA, CISA CPG, NERC CIP, and many other regulatory frameworks that apply to a range of industries.

Xage Privileged Access Management

No jump servers. No agents. Eliminate complexity.

Secure Both Modern and Legacy Assets Without Agents

Xage provides granular privilege access management capabilities in a unified platform from traditional IT assets and cloud resources all the way down to individual SCADA and OT assets, even for unmanaged devices with shared credentials or no password at all.

Protect Assets at HQ and Remote Sites

Enables secure remote access at distributed sites, branch offices, and campuses with PAM capabilities extended to the very edge. Xage can orchestrate privilege access management across multiple AD instances and identity providers.

Multi-Layer Access Management

Xage conforms to the Purdue Model architecture used in OT sites, which often presents challenges for some PAM providers. Organizations with interconnected OT-IT-Cloud environments require PAM capabilities  at the deepest levels of the Purdue Model.

Distributed Password Vault – No Single Point of Failure or Compromise

Xage delivers PAM via our unique cybersecurity mesh, the Xage Fabric.

Agentless Remote Access + PAM for the Distributed Edge

Xage provides remote access and PAM that works even in highly distributed environments, including container and pod environments, where traditional ZTNA agents and PAM infrastructure aren’t practical to deploy.

Secured Multi-Hop Access

Each network hop of a remote access session is formed by an encrypted, signed tunnel between Xage fabric nodes, using signatures that are protected in the Xage Fabric to stop IP spoofing and man-in-the-middle attacks. 

Xage Privileged Access Management Differentiators

Xage Integrates PAM Capabilities with Vital Zero Trust-based Access Management Functionalities for Critical Infrastructure Protection, Converging them Into a Single Browser-Accessible System to Outperform the Competition.

Xage Fabric
IT-Centric/Legacy PAM

Identity-based, Least-privilege access

Asset-level Access Control for OT, IT, and Cloud

Identity-aware Access Logging

Secure Data Transfer

Multi-hop Session Termination

Multi-Factor Authentication at Every Layer

End-to-End Encryption

Session Recording

Credential Management and Rotation

Distributed Password Vault (no single point of failure or compromise)

Real-time Multi-user Local and Remote Session Collaboration Enabling Doer & Checker Workflows


Access Orchestration Across Multiple Identity Providers at Different Sites and Layers

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