In the News: 2008

  • Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Journal, February 2008

    "Random Password Manager can remotely set every Cisco IOS device to different password, and can recover the current password for each device using a secure web interface."

  • Help Net Security, April 2008

    "RSA SecurID technology helps to ensure that only staff with physical possession of an RSA SecurID hardware authenticator and properly provisioned credentials can access the passwords generated and stored by Lieberman Software products."

  • IT Jungle, May 2008

    "Random Password Manager is designed to protect organizations from a catastrophic compromise of their IT infrastructure's security."

  • Network World, June 2008

    For some third-party security software providers that work closely with Microsoft, it's also been trying at times. "It's been a roller coaster," says Phil Lieberman, president of Lieberman Software, which makes password and administrative management tools that work with Microsoft desktop and server products.

  • SearchSecurity.com, July 2008

    "So why should you care about these boring, hum-drum privileged accounts? Because these accounts have elevated access rights, meaning those with access can bypass the internal controls of the target platform."

  • TechNet Magazine, September 2008

    "The issue of shared account password management must be addressed. This means you should obtain a method of reliably and regularly changing your passwords."

  • Network World, October 2008

    "Kuppinger actually attributes the idea to Lieberman Software's Kevin Franks, who should know since Privileged Account Management (PAM) is a big area for his company."

  • SC Magazine, November 2008

    "With little effort from the administra­tor, this product can seek out and change all passwords, including system service accounts. This provides solid security across the entire environment."

  • Kuppinger Cole, November 2008

    "Lieberman Software is an established software vendor with focus on Add-ons for Windows management. The core focus is solutions for mass management and PAM (Privileged Account Management)."

  • RunAs Radio, November 2008

    "Richard and Greg talk to Chris Stoneff of Lieberman Software about the challenges of passwords. The discussion ranges from password alternatives to complexity policy and privileged account password management."

  • eWeek, December 2008

    "In other cases, as Lieberman Software's Chris Stoneff pointed out in an article for Microsoft TechNet, enterprises tell the IT department's entire staff what a password is. The more people who know a secret, the more likely it will become public knowledge, he wrote."

  • TechNet Magazine, December 2008

    Lieberman Software's Chris Stoneff describes how the root password on Mac systems can be managed by automated processes.



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