McAfee Change Reconciliation crea un inventario completo delle modifiche apportate in tutti i sistemi, raggruppandole e associandole a ticket di modifica e approvazioni. Questa soluzione evidenzia le modifiche ad-hoc eseguite senza approvazioni e segnala le modifiche d'emergenza apportate con una documentazione inadeguata. Implementata in combinazione con McAfee Change Control o McAfee Configuration Control, questa soluzione fornisce dettagli precisi sulle modifiche, integrati e allegati alla soluzione di gestione delle modifiche (come BMC/Remedy) per l'elaborazione automatica a ciclo chiuso della richiesta d'intervento (trouble ticket) o di modifica.
Change Reconciliation consente di:
Lega le approvazioni delle modifiche alle azioni di modifica, una funzione strategica per la gestione efficace dei servizi IT (ITSM). Si tratta di un controllo obbligatorio per la conformità alla normativa Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) ai sensi del modello COBIT (Control Objectives for Information and related Technology) e contribuisce al rispetto delle best practice ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library).
Crea una policy di approvazione delle modifiche che tiene traccia delle modifiche approvate, evidenzia quelle non approvate e impedisce l'incapsulamento delle modifiche potenzialmente rischiose tra le modifiche approvate. Infine organizza e documenta tutte le modifiche per agevolare la reportistica per la conformità.
McAfee Change Reconciliation non ha requisiti di sistema minimi.
McAfee Configuration Control combines the advanced capabilities of McAfee Policy Auditor and McAfee Change Control to put you in command of your compliance requirements.
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McAfee Configuration Control eliminates manual processes and point product integration, providing single-console control for meeting compliance requirements.
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