McAfee Change Control software eliminates change activity in server environments that can lead to security breaches, data loss, and outages. Change Control makes it easy to meet regulatory compliance requirements.
Gain continuous visibility and real-time management of changes — Protect critical system, configuration, and content files across distributed and remote locations by enabling instant change detection and providing sophisticated alerting mechanisms.
Prevent tampering with critical files and registry keys — Enforce change policies and block all unauthorized changes, whether attempted maliciously or in error.
Fulfill PCI DSS regulation requirements — Change Control File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) software lets you validate PCI compliance in real time. It includes out-of-the-box FIM rules that make it easy to get started, and includes QSA-friendly reports for simple PCI reporting.
Prevent change-related outages and delays — Block unauthorized changes, while emergency fixes and other out-of-process changes are automatically documented and reconciled for easier audits.
Get rid of resource-intensive compliance policies — Eliminate the need for manual, error-prone, and resource-intensive compliance policies that are often associated with SOX mandates and other regulations. With McAfee Change Reconciliation software (optional), Change Control lets you build an automated IT control framework in which all the information required to verify compliance is available in a single reporting system.
Gain centralized change management — Change Control integrates with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) software for centralized IT management.
Comply with PCI DSS requirements with the Change Control File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) software, and continuously track changes to file and registry keys and identify who made changes to which files.
Protect critical system files, directories, and configurations from tampering with Change Control’s Change Prevention software. No changes to the server environment are permitted unless they are in accordance with set policies.
Use Change Reconciliation software (optional) to integrate Change Control with enterprise management systems through McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) software. Change Reconciliation software includes single-click integration with BMC Remedy.
Enjoy negligible impact on server performance. Memory usage is low, there is no file scanning to affect system performance, the software is easy to set up, and its operational overhead is minimal.
Learn about McAfee Change Control features: integrity monitoring, change prevention, and reconciliation.
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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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