Compliance and Policy Risk
Perhaps a system administrator made a configuration change to improve performance and it didn’t go through your standard change process. Perhaps a piece of unapproved software was installed on a server that also houses critical customer data. Perhaps a new application release was rolled out with an updated version of a middleware component that your security team hadn’t reviewed yet.
Whether these actions put you at risk of regulatory non-compliance or violation of your organization’s internal policies, configuration drift can happen in even the best run IT shops.
No other approaches provide this level of visibility and proactive action.
- CMDBs don’t model compliance or policy relationships
- Auto-discovery tools can identify many settings, but aren’t comprehensive and don’t have an understanding of compliance or policies
- Automation tools can bring configuration settings back in line with what’s expected, but don’t handle unexpected software or unspecified settings
“Having a solution that proactively engages the right experts and self-documents activities makes it easier and faster to get everyone onboard so we can make better-informed decisions.”
SVP Product Development & CTO
- We model the dependencies between your compliance regulations, internal policies, applications, automations, and infrastructure
- We flag configuration drift that puts you at risk of non-compliance and can raise incidents and tasks to remediate them
- We give IT teams proactive and comprehensive visibility into compliance and policy relationships when planning changes
- We provide the analysis and collaboration capabilities you need to assess risk and make changes without impacting your compliance posture