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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|

OpenPMF v4.0 Launch Events

ObjectSecurity is proud to release OpenPMF 4.0, a major new product version in mid-February 2017. ObjectSecurity invites you to the OpenPMF 4.0 launch events during RSA Expo week (Feb 13 & 14, 2017) and to our virtual online launch event. ObjectSecurity invites you to the OpenPMF 4.0 launch events, which will be held at Elan Event Venue [...]

By |January 22nd, 2017|

OpenPMF 4.0 Explainer & Demo Videos

In this video, ObjectSecurity founder & CEO Dr. Ulrich Lang explains and showcases the major new release 4.0 of our OpenPMF product.  OpenPMF™ makes security policy manageable through automation. It gives you powerful security policy implementation that is also effortless to manage. It allows you to improve protection, monitoring, testing, and documenting – for your information, [...]

By |December 14th, 2016|

What is Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC)?

Attribute based access control (ABAC) is a different approach to access control in which access rights are granted through the use of policies made up of attributes working together. ABAC uses attributes as the building blocks to define feature-rich access control rules and access requests. An example standard to do ABAC is the eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML). [...]

By |November 25th, 2016|

ObjectSecurity presents OpenPMF at TC3 Telecom Conference

(San Diego, September 13, 2016) - ObjectSecurity, the security policy automation company, will present OpenPMF center stage at TC3 Telecom Council Carrier Connections Conference (28/29 September, Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA), together with partners Huawei, Striim and Opera. ObjectSecurity has recently implemented an OpenPMF pilot for a telecoms ad platform where access to ads [...]

By |September 13th, 2016|

ObjectSecurity® wins NIST SBIR Phase II Award

San Diego, CA, USA – 18 July 2016 – ObjectSecurity®, The Security Policy Automation Company™, today announced that it has won a second award phase to commercialize National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)’s Access Control Policy Tool (ACPT) testing technology. The Automated Access Control Policy Testing System (A-ACPTS) developed under the award will be integrated [...]

By |July 18th, 2016|

Implementing NIST 800-53 AC with OpenPMF™

NIST Special Publication 800-53 (Rev. 4), "Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations," provides a catalog of security controls for U.S. federal information systems. Its 18 families of controls are used as best practice guidance worldwide. The “Access Control” (AC-1) control family includes 25 controls. Some of these controls require significant technical implementations. ObjectSecurity® OpenPMF™ [...]

By |June 20th, 2016|

ObjectSecurity OpenPMF Secures Eclipse OM2M IoT

ObjectSecurity, an information security leader  and the company driving model-driven security policy automation globally, today announced that they have further positioned their OpenPMF model-driven security policy automation product for the Internet of Things (IoT). OpenPMF can now enforce access policies across IoT device landscapes interconnected via Eclipse OM2M. It allows the model-driven authoring and management [...]

By |August 3rd, 2015|

ObjectSecurity Core Model-Driven Security Patent Application Allowed By USPTO

ObjectSecurity, an information security leader  and the company driving model-driven security policy automation globally, today announced that a second of their core patent applications has been allowed by the USPTO. This is one of a series of ObjectSecurity’s patent applications that cover OpenPMF’s core inventions. Please contact ObjectSecurity if you are interested in licensing the [...]

By |January 7th, 2015|