Another unique feature is the ability to record user sessions and shadow them in real-time. "Following a cyber-attack it can take a long time to find out what happened, who did it and how they did it," says David. "In the case of the Sony incident, they had the passwords for 6 months before the attack was discovered and even then, it took a long time to find out what had happened." With this capability, disaster recovery and vulnerability solutions can be implemented more rapidly and easily.
Due to these features and more, Osirium presents itself as next-gen privilege access management solution. With its existing range clients including Vodafone, Lockheed Martin, Xerox and others, the company now aims to simplify and strengthen cybersecurity for companies in Asia.
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