JIT Permissioning | Just-in-Time Privileged Access Management
Platform JIT Permissions

Just-in-Time (JIT) Privileged Access Grants Expire Automatically After Use

Britive JIT permissioning automatically grants and revokes access to human and synthetic users, eliminating the risks associated with standing privileges.

JIT permissioning expires in the minimum amount of time required to accomplish their tasks or users can manually end them sooner. The Britive platform easily integrates with your cloud services through an easy-to-deploy API. Britive mitigates risks cross-cloud by granting and revoking privileges as needed. Human and synthetic user requests are approved or denied based on policy.

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Automatically Grant and Revoke Access

Eliminate the risks associated with standing privileges to both human and synthetic users.

Maintain Zero-Standing Privileges (ZSP)

JIT permissions means no user has unnecessary standing access to cloud environments or applications.

Minimize Privilege Sprawl

Centralize and manage privileged access management across all cloud resources.

Adopting a Just-In-Time (JIT) permissioning approach can help organizations cut down on standing privileges and solve the problem of over-privileged access. JIT permissioning uses a zero-trust philosophy that states that all users, regardless of their position or seniority, should only have the permissions that they need at the time that they need them. This approach can be contrasted with the more traditional model of granting permissions upfront and then revoking them as needed, which often leads to situations where users have more privileges than they require. By adopting JIT permissioning, organizations can ensure that users only have the permissions that they need at any given time, which reduces an organization’s attack surface and helps to protect sensitive data.

Increase opportunities—not security risks.

Minimize your attack surface, cut overhead, streamline compliance audits, and boost productivity. Get in touch today to see Britive in action.