Scytale Enterprise achieves the above through two core capabilities:
Scytale Enterprise orchestrates a zero-trust attestation process that can lean on a configurable union of trusted third parties to provide a strongly attested identity, based on SPIFFE open standard (backed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation), for cloud (and optionally, on-premises) services. Service identity is thus conferred by a detailed set of identifying attributes of the service in question, rather than by the presence of a service ticket or an IP address. Scytale Enterprise thus provides a highly trusted identity in dynamic environments and avoids the pitfalls of conventional secrets management.
Having established the multi-factor identity a service, it is then necessary to be able to deliver to it a scoped, short-lived Kerberos ticket. Scytale Enterprise includes an identity brokering capability in which a SPIFFE-identified service may obtain a short-lived Kerberos service ticket from an identity provider. Theseshort-lived credentials are then delivered directly to the service via a channel secured by the multi-factor authentication process described above.
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