Configuring Tenable.io for Centrify Privileged Access Service

To configure Tenable.io for Centrify Vault, perform the following steps:

Configuring Tenable.io with Centrify (Windows)

Complete the following steps to configure Tenable.io with Privileged Access Service using Windows.

Requirements

  • Tenable.io account.
  • Centrify PAS account.
  • Required User Role: Standard, Scan Manager, or Administrator.

To integrate Tenable.io with Centrify Privileged Access Service using Windows credentials:

  1. Log into Tenable.io. In the top navigation bar, click Scans. The MyScans page appears.
  2. Click + New Scan. The Scan Templates page appears.

  1. Select a scan template. The selected scan template Settings page appears.
  2. In the Name field, enter a name for the scan.
  3. In the Targets field, enter an IP address, hostname, or range of IP addresses.
  4. (Optional) Add a Description, Folder location, Scanner location, and specify Target groups.
  5. Click the Credentials tab. The Credentials options appear.
  6. In the left-hand menu, click the Windows option. The Credentials options appear. By default, the Categories drop-down box displays Host.
  7. In the Windows section, click the Authentication method drop-down box. The Authentication method drop-down box options appear.
  8. Select Centrify. The Centrify options appear.
  9. Configure the Windows credentials.
Option Default Value

Centrify Host

(Required) The Centrify IP address or DNS address.

Note: If your Centrify installation is in a subdirectory, you must include the subdirectory path. For example, type IP address or hostname/sub- directory path.

Centrify Port

The port on which Centrify listens.

API User

(Required) The API user provided by Centrify

API Key

(Required) The API key provided by Centrify.

Tenant

The name of a specified team in a multi-team environment.

Authentication URL

The URL Tenable.io uses to access Centrify.

Password Engine URL

The name of a specified team in a multi-team environment.

Username

(Required) The username to log in to the hosts you want to scan.

Checkout Duration

The length of time, in minutes, that you want to keep credentials checked out in Centrify.

Configure the Checkout Duration to exceed the typical duration of your Tenable.io scans. If a password from a previous scan is still checked out when a new scan begins, the new scan fails.

Note: Configure the password change interval in Centrify so that password changes do not disrupt your Tenable.io scans. If Centrify changes a pass- word during a scan, the scan fails.

Use SSL

If enabled, Tenable.io uses SSL through IIS for secure communications. You must configure SSL through IIS in Centrify before enabling this option.

Verify SSL

If enabled, Tenable.io validates the SSL certificate. You must configure SSL through IIS in Centrify before enabling this option.

  1. Click Save. The credential saves and the My Scans page appears.

Verify the integration is working.

  1. On the My Scans page, click Launch to initiate an on-demand scan.
  2. Once the scan completes, click the completed scan. The scan details appear. Look for a message similar to the following- Microsoft Windows SMB Log In Possible: 10394. This validates that authentication was successful.

Configuring Tenable.io for Centrify Privileged Access Service (SSH)

Complete the following steps to configure Tenable.io with Centrify PAS using SSH.

Requirements

  • Tenable.io account.
  • Centrify PAS account.
  • Required User Role: Standard, Scan Manager, or Administrator.

To configure Tenable.io for CentrifySSH:

  1. Log in to Tenable.io. In the top navigation bar, click Scans. The My Scans page appears.
  2. Click + New Scan. The Scan Templates page appears.
  3. Select a scan template. The selected scan template Settings page appears.
  4. In the Name field, type a name for the scan.
  5. In the Targets field, type an IP address, hostname, or range of IP addresses.
  6. (Optional) Add a description, folder location, scanner location, and specify target groups.
  7. Click the Credentials tab. The Credentials options appear.
  8. In the left-hand menu, click the SSH option. The SSH section appears.
  9. In the Windows section, click the Authentication method drop-down box. The Authentication method drop-down box options appear.
  10. Select Centrify. The Centrify options appear.
  11. Configure the SSH credentials.
Option Default Value

Centrify Host

(Required) The Centrify IP address or DNS address.

Note: If your Centrify installation is in a subdirectory, you must include the subdirectory path. For example, type IP address or hostname/sub- directory path.

Centrify Port

The port on which Centrify listens.

API User

(Required) The API user provided by Centrify

API Key

(Required) The API key provided by Centrify.

Tenant

The name of a specified team in a multi-team environment.

Authentication URL

The URL Tenable.io uses to access Centrify.

Password Engine URL

The name of a specified team in a multi-team environment.

Username

(Required) The username to log in to the hosts you want to scan.

Checkout Duration

The length of time, in minutes, that you want to keep credentials checked out in Centrify.

Configure the Checkout Duration to exceed the typical duration of your Tenable.io scans. If a password from a previous scan is still checked out when a new scan begins, the new scan fails.

Note: Configure the password change interval in Centrify so that password changes do not disrupt your Tenable.io scans. If Centrify changes a pass- word during a scan, the scan fails.

Use SSL

If enabled, Tenable.io uses SSL through IIS for secure communications. You must configure SSL through IIS in Centrify before enabling this option.

Verify SSL

If enabled, Tenable.io validates the SSL certificate. You must configure SSL through IIS in Centrify before enabling this option.

  1. Click Save.

To verify the integration is working:

  1. On the My Scans page, click Launch to initiate an on-demand scan.
  2. Once the scan has completed, select the completed scan and look for Plugin ID 97993 and the corresponding message - It was possible to log into the remote host via SSH using 'password' authentication. This result validates that authentication was successful.