Key and Certificate Automation with CyberArk

As enterprises become more security conscious, the need for password rotation routinely comes up as a best practice. However, certificate stores are often dispersed around the enterprise.

Keyfactor’s integration with CyberArk provides automated key rotation to ease this administrative burden and close any security loopholes.

CyberArk and Keyfactor Benefits

Keyfactor’s integration with CyberArk allows PKI admins to use the password vault to store their
passwords, thereby removing any attack vector.


Reduce Costs

Free up PKI resources by automating the restoration and retrieval of passwords required to access key or certificate stores.


Maximize Application Uptimes

Utilize password automation to reduce manual mistakes that might take down an application.


Reduce Attack Risk

Since Keyfactor is not storing the certificate store credentials, the security team can focus its efforts on PAM security rather than on credentials stored in Keyfactor.

How it Works

Keyfactor integrates directly with CyberArk to automatically retrieve device credentials from the password
vault in order to authenticate against servers, or applications (e.g. IIS, NetScaler, F5) to perform certificate tasks.


Centralized Access Credentials

Keyfactor leverages CyberArk’s password vault to access credentials for applications and non-human identities for the certificate stores it manages.


Certificate Stores Support

Keyfactor’s integration with CyberArk leverages credentials for the following certificate store types, including:


  • JKS Passwords
  • F5 Credentials
  • NetScaler Credentials
  • AWS Keys
  • Azure client secret
  • Secure FTP Site
  • AnyAgent Access


Automatic Password Rotation

Keyfactor’s integration with CyberArk allows for automated key rotation which removes the heavy administrative burden carried by PKI admins. 

Find out how the Keyfactor platform can modernize your PKI, prevent
certificate outages, accelerate DevOps security, and more.