Today many organizations implement a wide range of data security technologies including; firewalls, virus protection and intrusion – detection and more, to protect their assets. But businesses can no longer rely on risk avoidance strategies alone. The efficacy of all these technologies is mitigated due to compromised security policies. Security policy enforcement has emerged as the overriding key. If an enterprise does not enforce its security policies in real time, then the rest of its security technologies are in effect only arbitrarily applied.
Powerful access management solutions are needed to protect electronic assets, eliminate security holes and help organization members comply with regulatory requirements.
To address these challenges, CalCom developed the Real Time Hardening Solution for Microsoft System Center Operations Manager – SCOM and the Calcom Hardening Solution For Linux Servers.
CalCom's leading policy enforcement products have proven to be critical contributors to access management success at every end-point in the server and workstation level. Customers, regulators and courts can be assured that the highest levels of IT infrastructure security are enforced.
CalCom's Real-Time Hardening Module enables organizations to centrally manage user access privileges and to deploy baseline security polices 24x7, so that the right people have access to the right information any time. The module helps organizations to proactively enforce optimum security for their IT infrastructure.
CalCom Hardening Module works with the SCOM Agent - System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), a hardening module for the prevention of policy breaks and organization threats. Together they deliver support and hardening for multi MS OS platforms including; Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Data Center, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008.
CalCom Hardening Solution For Linux Servers
Calcom Hardening Solution for Linux Servers enables the organization to comply with hardening guidelines and other applicable regulations so it can help to enforce Linux operating system policy and gain control over these environment security.
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