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At Osirium, we believe that Privileged Access Security is a combination of three fundamental functions that use three foundation technologies
Osirium’s PxM Platform provides Privileged Access Management (PAM) using the principle of identity-in / role-out
In the calm before the storm of the last day of the Infosecurity 2019 show, it seems like a good opportunity to gather some thoughts about the last few days
One of the distinct advantages of Osirium’s PxM Platform is its ability to deliver Privileged Access Management (PAM) to a very wide range of systems
PAM (Privileged Access Management) solutions are built to control access to Privileged Accounts to drive security. Here, we will outline some of the common use
First off, the first main issue is the word 'Things', it is too general. Things break down into different categories
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The cybersecurity landscape is ever changing. New threats appear daily, and the techniques used by attackers continuously evolve.
Since the PxM Platform is an 'Identity In - Role Out' product, the quality of identity proof is crucial in highly secure environments.
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More companies than ever are dedicating a larger percentage of their IT budgets to cloud computing, and it’s not hard to see why.
The Dual Account model has long been best practice amongst SysAdmins and DevOps. This blog explores what the model entails.
Osirium's PxM Platform provides many business benefits that will keep the Board happy.
Let’s discuss the value of the cloud and outsourcing, not regarding cost, but security
Breaches may be daily news, but they will always be a significant worry for business stakeholders
Privileged accounts, every business has them. They need greater access to the infrastructure and fewer limiting controls
Least Privileged Model – It’s accepted knowledge that a least privileged model are good for security. They limit what a person, system or code base can do
At Osirium, we created our Management Application Proxy Server (MAP Server)
In these our uncertain times, Privileged Access Management (PAM) delivers the safety net that might just save us all…
The Internet was conceived without security at its heart, and crime has changed drastically as a result of its existence
Today we’re hearing about the aftermath of an attack
We’ve heard a couple of deployment ideas recently
Yesterday we attended a round table session about building effective Identity and Access Management solutions
Rigorous passwords policies are creating the exact opposite of their intended outcome
Online Gaming experiences more cyber-threat than any other industry
The identity market has been getting stronger, it needs to get stronger as more and more business functions migrate to the cloud.
If the documents leaked by NSA whitsleblower Edward Snowden are anything to go by, GCHQ knows a thing or two about exploiting security weaknesses.
Passwords are one of the biggest threats to enterprise data security around today
IAM provides a wealth of operational conveniences alongside its security benefits