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Make Access Control Great Again!

During ISSA 2017, Ulrich Lang, CEO/Founder ObjectSecurity will present: Make Access Control Great Again! Infrastructure Access control means many things to many people. The least common denominator is user logins and roles. However, there is a lot (!) more to access control than that. Unfortunately access control is among the most ill understood, least developed [...]

By |October 8th, 2017|

Securing Complex Cyber-physical Systems in clinical environments

Identity and Access Management (IAM) in clinical environments. This hospital IT case studies you will learn the challenges and solutions around implementing cyber-physical security – the lessons learnt are broadly applicable. In this case study, we will present various challenges we encountered when implementing cybersecurity for a safety-critical cyber/physical, mixed enterprise/IoT environment (hospital IT [...]

By |August 29th, 2017|

Dynamic whitelisting and security policy automation.

Many Cybersecurity experts have said for years that we need to do better whitelisting, and that relying on blacklisting and anomaly detection is not good enough anymore. Unfortunately, organizations often cannot technically implement the comprehensive security policies they want to (or should want to). This is because there are too many overlapping technical configs [...]

By |August 14th, 2017|

ObjectSecurity Channel Partner Program

ObjectSecurity has always been working close wit a wide range of industry, university and government partners. And a big part of our success comes form our cooperation with our channel partners. To support our growth and to streamline our growing channel partner network around the globe, we are introducing a brand new Channel Partner Program. The [...]

By |August 1st, 2017|

Join ObjectSecurity at Cloud Identity Summit 2017

We are pleased to announce that Ulrich Lang, CEO/Founder ObjectSecurity, will take main stage at the Cloud Identity Summit 2017. To talk about Security Policy Automation. Cloud Identity Summit (CIS) converges the brightest minds across the identity and security industry. It is supported by expert speakers sharing best practices and lessons learned from real-world deployments.  [...]

By |June 8th, 2017|

Security Policy Automation for the IIoT

ObjectSecurity’s innovative OpenPMF cloud and/or on-premises product technically enforces powerful security policies effortlessly across what we call generically “interconnected IT landscapes”. These can be desktops and servers across enterprise networks, but often are interconnected device landscapes that are today referred to as IIoT, the Industrial internet of Things. There are multiple challenges with enforcing [...]

By |May 30th, 2017|

What is Security Policy Automation?

Today’s information age would have felt like out of a sci-fi movie to someone 20 years ago. More data has been created in the past two years than in the entire previous history of the human race. 1.7MB of data is created for every human per second. Within 4 years, we will have generated [...]

By |March 30th, 2017|

OpenPMF 4.0 Launch RSA 2017 Recap

Thanks everyone who came to our launch events, we are humbled by all the great feedback we got for our new OpenPMF 4.0 version! Our launch was successful and well visited by cybersecurity leaders, professionals and press from around the world. The OpenPMF 4.0 Security Policy Automation launch included  a series of educational launch events where we [...]

By |March 6th, 2017|

New Customer Case: OpenPMF protects criminal intel analytics.

ObjectSecurity is part of the unique multi-year project “VALCRI”, which is concerned with visual analytics for police intelligence. As part of the project, ObjectSecurity has developed an innovative security architecture for such demanding tasks based on its innovative OpenPMF 4.0 security policy automation platform. OpenPMF allows the intuitive authoring of rich, but human-understandable policies [...]

By |February 20th, 2017|