It’s a difficult time for everyone these days. The spread of COVID-19 is wreaking havoc with workforces globally. It’s a challenge to maintain business continuity while also trying to protect the safety of everyone. CyberArk is here to help.
CyberArk customers* can add Alero™ to enable rapid and secure remote access with granular role-based settings so that the right people — including third-party vendors, such as consultants, subcontractors, and freelancers — can each work remotely as needed. It’s fast, easy and automated.
Initial deployment of Alero is often within one business day*. There’s no need for additional hardware or infrastructure- just a lightweight Alero connector (deployed as a Docker container) is required, for your workforce to work remotely and securely.
Users download the free CyberArk Alero app onto their smartphone to enable biometric multi-factor authentication with Zero Trust Access. It’s quick, secure and scalable for employees and vendors to work wherever they are. No VPNs, agents or passwords required.
CyberArk is offering existing CorePAS and/or legacy model EPV/PSM customers on v10.3 and above to deploy and use Alero for free* through June 19th, 2020, to manage up to 100 remote employees. CyberArk understands the strain you and your company are under currently and are committed to helping our customers remain secure in any way we can.
*Terms and Conditions
Access to the CyberArk Alero™ free subscription is available to existing CyberArk CorePAS and/or legacy model EPV/PSM customers only, who meet the system requirements to run Alero, and is subject to qualification in CyberArk’s sole discretion.
Alero deployment timing is subject to the availability of CyberArk professional services and trained partners.
CyberArk is the only security company laser-focused on striking down targeted cyber threats, those that make their way inside to attack the heart of the enterprise. Dedicated to stopping attacks before they stop business, CyberArk is trusted by the world’s leading companies — including more than 50% of the Fortune 500 — to protect their highest-value information assets, infrastructure and applications.