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Osirium @ Enterprise Security & Risk Management 2016

The global enterprise security market is set to be worth $86bn this year and security spending is set to continue increasing as most organisations struggle to find the skills needed to define and implement appropriate levels of security control. The proliferation of disruptive technologies continues to push organisations to prevent and detect newly emerging attacks and persistent penetration strategies.

Join us at the UK’s leading event for InfoSec, Cybersecurity and Risk Management, for a packed program including industry experts and case studies. Discuss challenges and success with like mined professionals to assist you as you battle your way through the challenges IT Security continues to throw up.

We will be showcasing our Privileged Access Management and Task Automation solution and demonstrating how Osirium’s PxM Platform maps Identity to Privileged Accounts, whilst separating users from passwords, as part of its defence against the most prolific and dangerous of cyber security threats.

Interested in attending? Visit the ESRM website to learn more.

Park Plaza Victoria

239 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, SW1V 1EQ. UK

Wednesday 30th November 2016

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