Privileged Access Security
Privileged Access Management
Privileged Process Automation
Privileged Endpoint Management
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What is Privileged Access Management?
Government and Defense
Industrial Control Systems
Managed (Security) Service Providers
Third party access
Ensure your third parties and vendors have the correct level of privileged access.
Demonstrate rigorous compliance with GDPR, PCI DSS, NIST 800-53 and more.
Board of Directors
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What is Privileged Process Automation?
Resellers and Distributors
Why Partner with us?
Ensure your customers have the best PAM solution with the fastest time to realising value.
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Here’s a quick rundown of all these terms, what they do, and which bits of the Platform performs them:
Audit, Compliance and Governance
For many organisations, Slack has become the central core of communications between processes and people.
Where would the investor confidence be without the governance...
To find out how to increase protection for essential services, Osirium and RazorSecure have a webinar coming up to discuss exactly how that can be done.
Operations Managers are at the centre of IT production, running the systems, applications and infrastructure that are the lifeblood of the organisation.
Here’s the How-To video for using Osirium's PxM Platform with Elastic Stack.
What would a data breach cost your business?
Current or ex-staff members engaging in theft of some kind, or misusing company credit cards and expense accounts, was in the top 10 most reported crimes
Cyberspace is changing the way we conduct business; it’s brought incredible benefits but also terrifying vulnerability
We’ve reworked the data to show both the risks in terms of impact and probability along with the trends
With a new format covering the best part of the day and into the night, there was an eclectic mix of presentations prompting us to really think about...
Who can blame consumers now for being reluctant to switch from the Big Four?
Osirium believe that the following issues are the main contributors and share with you how our PxM Platform combats them
The ability to view user behaviour provides an opportunity to highlight any anomalous activity
We spent some time looking at the outcomes for companies that were the victims of cyber breaches
Earlier this week US investigators charged three men after a multi-year cybercrime campaign
Data breaches have fast become the scourge of modern enterprise
The US OPM hack exposed – potentially to a nation state
If you’ve never attended a board meeting before I’ll try to give you a flavour of what happens
Influence is often limited in the face of perceived business requirements
At Osirium, we believe in the need for a new approach to authentication
Dealing with the Insider and Third Party threats
Why are account credentials from privileged users so sought-after by attackers?
There is a serious threat against privileged accounts
Hackers have infiltrated POS systems via third party providers
IT leaders must consider their department as a major target for advanced attackers and take appropriate steps to mitigate that risk
Shoulder surfing, as the name suggests is the nefarious art of reading a sensitive piece of information over a user’s shoulder.
Much of the talk in IT security circles over the past week has been centred around new guidance for businesses from the UK’s spy agency.
Targeted attacks have been around for probably a lot longer than many people think
When the passwords meet people that the security breaks down
They are so difficult to remember so I use one really good one
Since the Monetary Authority of Singapore issued their Technology Risk Management Guidelines they have achieved a lot of traction with compliance officers.
Here’s a quick security fix on how to reduce risk for your team’s shared accounts in just 15 minutes.
In today’s hybrid-cloud era, the privileged insider and outsider have become inter-changeable
IT Security is a very wide ranging subject. At Osirium we like to think of its application to the business stack.
UK organisations aren’t certain that all data and settings are deleted from devices prior to disposal.
Osirium has today released findings from a new, independent, security focused research report.