September 19, 2018

Cyber security software firm Osirium partners with Razorsecure

The alliance aims to deliver cyber security solutions tailor-made for infrastructure, transport and IoT markets.

Cyber security software

Cloud-based cyber security software provider Osirium Technologies have partnered with Razorsecure in a bid to facilitate end-to-end hosting security solutions. As per the terms of the deal, both companies will leverage their cloud and end-point protection capabilities to provide products tailor-made for infrastructure, travel and IoT (Internet of Things) markets.

According to Osirium, infrastructure, travel and IoT industries are leveraging cloud products to host, build, manage and secure applications and workloads. They say that these applications and workloads need to be protected since the number of attacks and vulnerabilities in the cloud environment are on the rise.

By partnering with Razorsecure, the cyber security software firm claims that they will be combining the former’s endpoint security and monitoring prowess with the latter’s security and access management capabilities at a login and workflow level. They also say that to boost the presence of this solution, both companies will be running sales and marketing campaigns jointly.

The cyber security software firm confirms that this partnership is significant for those enterprises whose systems were designed at least ten years prior. Speaking about the alliance, David Guyatt, CEO of Osirium, commented:

Osirium’s role is to secure devices with high strength passwords and cryptographic credentials, while our robotic task automation maps identities to organisational roles and their relevant workflows.

By joining forces with RazorSecure we further build on our existing strengths, making more devices and gateways available for secure single sign-on as well as enriching its task delegation capabilities. This RazorSecure Osirium strategic alliance is certainly a win-win for both organisations.

Razorsecure say that they will be leveraging machine learning to detect and identify anomalies in the cloud environments. Alex Cowan, Chief Executive Officer of RazorSecure, added:

RazorSecure focuses on ‘what is normal’ and we use machine learning to identify attacks through anomaly detection.

We implement playbooks that can manage automated responses on systems that are not always connected. We also manage maintenance situations, where recordings are made of all changes to systems, right down to the file and configuration level.

Cybersecurity is a market that is slated to touch USD 129 billion by 2019 as per research giant Gartner. Looks like this claim is bound to be true given the number of acquisitions and the recent alliance between EPAM & Positive.