System Hardening and Vulnerability Management
System Hardening is the process of securing a system’s configuration and settings to reduce IT vulnerability and the possibility of being compromised. This can be done by reducing the attack surface and attack vectors which attackers continuously try to exploit for purpose of malicious activity.
By creating a secure and compliant state for all IT systems and combining that with ongoing, context-based change control plus baseline management, Change Tracker™ Gen7 R2 ensures systems remain in a secure and compliant state at all times.
Hardened Services Guide »
Understand the recommended hardened services settings for various compliance standards and requirements.
Secure Configuration – No compromise
Full range of CIS Benchmark hardening reports are built-in at no extra cost. NNT are one of a handful of CIS Certified Vendors – The Center for Internet Security are the industry's authoritative source of secure configuration guidance. STIGs and any other SCAP/OVAL automated content can also be used.
Remediation Guidance? Vulnerability Details? All yours
Hardening doesn't have to be Hard! Clear, concise guidance makes hardening systems an almost 'paint-by-numbers' process. Rationale for any hardening measures provided in plain English, together with all remediation commands and settings needed.
Auditor-ready reports to prove compliance
And for compliance, get all the evidential reports you and your auditor could wish for – dashboards, exceptions-only, estate-wide. Full change tracking shows where any Planned Changes have been approved – compliance doesn't have to be a drag.
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Combine industry leading Device Hardening, File Integrity Monitoring, Change Control, Configuration Management & Compliance Management into one easy to use solution that can scale to the most demanding environments!
Automatically evaluate and verify the authenticity of file changes in real-time with NNT FAST™ (File Approved-Safe Technology) Integrity Assurance.
Comprehensive and easy to use security information & event log management with intelligent & self-learning correlation technology to highlight potentially harmful activity in seconds.
Access CIS Resources
Access a broad range of CIS Benchmark reports to audit your enterprise and continuously monitor for any drift from your hardened state.
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Server Hardening Resources
Download Hardened Services checklists, derived by NNT in conjunction with Microsoft, to manually audit your servers for compliance.
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Audit Policy Template Resources
Gain access to audit policies derived from the Center for Internet Security to generate audit logs on all relevant security levels.
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