Managing privileged access in Retail

Privileged Access to Critical Systems

Physical and online sales depend on multiple IT systems - web sites, payment systems, stock control, distribution and many more. Cyber attackers target the admin accounts on those systems to steal PII, credit card details or to encrypt systems for ransomware attacks.

Privileged Access Management (PAM) is the critical solution for protecting those vital systems. Separating access to production systems is a critical requirement for PCI DSS and PAM is the ideal solution for managing and auditing access.

Why Osirium PAM?

Retail organisations depend on Osirium PAM because of its security, ease of deployment and advanced features such as built-in MFA, session monitoring and recording, and automation.

Automate common operations to improve security

Common IT requests such as account resets, creating and disability accounts for store staff mean IT Help Desks are overload. Even worse is that delays cause security vulnerabilities. In back-office or data centre environments, automation means more tasks get completed and there's less re-work due to manual errors.

Why Osirium Automation?

Traditional automation via scripting or robotic process automation (RPA) are not designed for IT operations. Osirium Automation is lightweight, easy to manager and secure by design.

Protect in-store systems

PCs in stores and other remote location should never have local administrator rights. Local staff should never be able to install software which may be infected or make configuration changes. But, there is a safe option with Osirium Privileged Endpoint Management (PEM) which lets staff install approved, safe applications. They get better service and the business is better protected.

Why Osirium PEM?

Osirium PEM removes the risk of local admin accounts but still lets staff get their work done. Even better, the support load on the IT Help Desk can be reduced.

What struck us with Osirium PAM was not just the breadth of capabilities, but also its flexibility and ease of implementation.

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