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Lieberman Software and EdgeSeven announce partnership to combine SIEM and privileged identity management

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Lieberman Software has partnered with EdgeSeven to extend security information and event management (SIEM) capabilities to its privileged identity management (PIM) offering.

EdgeSeven will provide Lieberman Software's PIM and security management products to its customers throughout the United Kingdom.

Lieberman Software's products include an enterprise random password manager, which automates tasks to discover, secure and audit privileged account credentials used by IT administrators and applications to access sensitive information and computing resources. It also offers a line of Windows security management tools, including the User Manager Pro Suite and Service Account Manager products.

Jon Inns, co-founder of EdgeSeven, said: “The mission of our company is to provide organisations with world class situational awareness about the security activities across the enterprise. Lieberman's PIM capabilities are critical to us delivering on that mission as misuse, loss, sharing and compromise of high value credentials is still a huge problem for organisations.”

Jess Richter, director of sales at Lieberman Software, said: “EdgeSeven's expertise as a security monitoring and event management provider and the company's strong reputation in this complex field make them an ideal partner to help us continue expanding into the crucial United Kingdom market. We expect this partnership to deliver immediate dividends for both companies.”

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