Mission: IT Security That Works.
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Unlike others, Thycotic gives you privileged account password protection AND endpoint security that is:
Simplest and easiest to manage for IT admins and security staff
Highly adaptable and scalable to fit your specific environment
Least intrusive and readily accepted by all your users
SECURE PASSWORDS AND
PRIVILEGED ACCOUNTS WITH
Thycotic Secret Server gives you the simplest, easiest and most affordable way to discover, secure and manage privileged account passwords across your enterprise.
PROTECT YOUR ENDPOINTS AND
CONTROL ACCESS WITH
Thycotic Privilege Manager protects endpoints from malware and enforces least privilege policies to shield applications and systems from malicious access.
Thycotic prevents cyberattacks by securing passwords, protecting endpoints, and controlling access
Thycotic is the optimum choice in proactive Privileged Password, Account Access, and Endpoint Security for more than 7,500 customers worldwide including Fortune 500 enterprises
Delivering innovative Enterprise Privileged Password Protection combined with proven Endpoint Security and Application Control for Windows and Unix
Unlike any other security offering, Thycotic solutions assure the protection and control of your privileged accounts while being the fastest to deploy, easiest to use, scalable enterprise-class solution offered at a competitive price.
WHY THYCOTIC LEADS THE INDUSTRY
I have been working at Thycotic full-time (More than a year)
Great team to be a part of. You will work with some of the most talented people in the industry. Ideas are always welcomed by management.
The rapid growth and fast paced nature can take some time to get used to
Advice to Management
Keep building the company and teams
I applied online. I interviewed at Thycotic (Washington, DC) in March 2016.
Typical phone screening, then you go in to their office for a work day (yes 8 hours) and they have a predefined task that all interviewees do. The first part is about 6 hours, and about every 1.5 hours someone different pairs with you. It's treated as a normal pairing task, where the other person will help you out if you get stuck. The last part is about an hour, and it's a new task you do on your own. Though it was a long day, they take you out to lunch and talk to you (that's your behavioral interview I guess) it goes fast and you get a feel for what working there is like. I think it's a good process.