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Osirium @ InfoSecurity 2017

Osirium will once again be a part of the most important and largest Cyber Security event of the year exhibiting on stand F210. We will be showcasing our PXM Privileged Access Management Platform and will be running tailored demonstrations throughout the course of the show. Come along and have a chat over coffee with one of our Specialists about how and why Privileged Access Management is a critical part of an IT Infrastructure.

Take part in a unique event:


WORKSHOP 3: 07 Jun 2017, 14:00 – 16:00


Speaker: Andy Harris, CTO

At Osirium we champion separating People (system administrators and third parties) from device passwords (known as privileged access management). They can keep their personal passwords. Profiles then map identities to specific roles on specific devices across an infrastructure. This means users can access systems that they need to.

Hear Andy discuss how this leads to real accountability, whereas before you could have a situation where a team of people would all use a shared passwords to systems, now you have identities having sessions on systems – Leading to knowing Who did What Where and When – and this means there’s nowhere to hide inappropriate access.

Registration Closed


This session is aimed at Senior information security decision-makers.

Please note: Registering your interest does not confirm entry to session. You will receive an email to let you know whether you have a place on the workshop.

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