Osirium for MS SQL
How can Osirium’s PxM Platform help with MS SQL?
From 4.1 Osirium now supports Single Sign On for Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to MS SQL 2005, 2008 and 2012 servers.
Privileged access to databases is the most worrying of insider threats.
Databases embody the state of a business so any changes here can misappropriate both goods and money. Osirium enables you to safely change your crucial MSSQL passwords, limit who gets Management Studio access to the databases and session record what happens to them.
With the support of the Osirium solution, database managers can use their own copy of Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, which means that all their preferences and bookmarks remain in place and there’s no need to go through a jump box.
Osirium MS SQL Single Sign-on Support
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The development and support teams get together to present how Osirium’s PxM Suite can now handle single sign-on to MS SQL for Microsoft’s SQL Management Studio.
The MSSQL Single Sign-On module is part of the Osirium Privileged User Management Solution. Osirium’s Privileged Task Solution can be used to run stored procedures against MSSQL and the results returned to an Osirium stored file.
These two features allow organisations to develop MSSQL applications with credential security and allow database tasks to be delegated to appropriate non-privileged users within the organisation.
Osirium for MSSQL can be used in three modes:
Password Known The credentials of an existing account are provisioned into Osirium and not changed. Users in profiles can be granted access via these credentials.
Password Managed The credentials of an existing account are provisioned into Osirium, once verified the password is changed to the highest complexity and thereafter periodically changed based on compliance. Users in profiles can be granted access via these credentials.
Osirium Managed The credentials of an existing account are used to provision the database, from this point Osirium creates its own control account. When a user is placed in the appropriate profile Osirium either creates a role based account, or allows access through a known account.