The GateKeeper™ Password Manager Difference.
The GateKeeper Enterprise password manager utilizes continuous authentication through presence-detection to ensure that the user is always present when using their password manager. Other password managers simply lets the user log in once and gives them access to all of their passwords - the same vulnerability policies are trying to avoid.
GateKeeper password manager also incorporate automatic OTP to let users login with strong OTP 2FA without having to type the OTP code each time. The password manager maintains your OTPs for the user.
Using a token (hard token or soft token), a user must log on to their computer, and only then will they be able to use their password manager. When the user leaves their computer with their token, the GateKeeper will detect the user is no longer present at the terminal and lock the computer.
For more information on the GateKeeper™ Enterprise password manager, please check out the product page on our website: https://gkaccess.com/products/password-manager/
Most password managers authenticate only at one point in time (maybe once a day), whereas GateKeeper Enterprise authenticates every second. As soon as GateKeeper sees no key is present, the computer will lock - securing all passwords from unauthorized access without the user having to do anything else.
For any additional questions or concerns regarding locking, logging off, proximity settings, credential management, or compliance, please contact GateKeeper Enterprise support using the Support Ticket form on https://gkaccess.com/support/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Lock or log off automatically when you're away from your computer.
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