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Phil LiebermanSolution secures access to privileged accounts within SQL Server 2012 Databases

Los Angeles, CA:  Lieberman Software Corporation last week announced that its flagship privileged identity management solution, Enterprise Random Password Manager (ERPM), now supports SQL Server 2012. ERPM adds SQL Server 2012 support to the industry's most complete privileged identity management solution – covering all major operating systems, databases, business applications, network appliances and more.

ERPM now automatically discovers SQL 2012 accounts in the database, and updates and propagates the credentials for these accounts everywhere they are used in the data center. It also provides the option to utilize SQL Server 2012 as a secure back-end for the encrypted storage of privileged passwords, with the ability to release these passwords to delegated users on demand.

Without ERPM, these credentials typically remain unmanaged and can potentially lead to breaches of sensitive business data and violations of regulatory compliance requirements.

Joint customers can leverage their existing deployments of SQL Server as the ERPM account store, or safely migrate to SQL Server 2012 in the future to receive the same capabilities.

"Our security-conscious customers understand the necessity of enforcing access control measures to protect their sensitive data,” said Chris Stoneff, director of professional services at Lieberman Software. “Customers who deploy ERPM and perform privileged account discovery are often amazed by what they find. For organizations that want to learn where SQL Server accounts are being used within their enterprises, ERPM can provide this information on demand while ensuring that these accounts are properly tracked and secured.”

In addition to its SQL Server support, ERPM detects and secures privileged accounts present throughout the Microsoft ecosystem, including operating systems, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft ASP.NET, and Microsoft SharePoint.