McAfee Configuration Control automates and enforces compliance configurations for critical servers, saving time and money on audit activity by blocking unauthorized changes. Designed with a flexible and easy-to-use interface, Configuration Control delivers change alerts with configuration and policy enforcement, and helps you quickly address or create your own IT compliance standards — with no expertise required.
Audit, control, and enforce — Easily maintain continuous compliance through our methodical three-step approach. Refine and automate IT audit processes, control changes in your environment by monitoring system integrity, and enforce policies to stop unauthorized changes and keep your enterprise compliant.
Comprehensive change prevention — Stop unwanted or unauthorized changes. McAfee’s unique change policy enforcement allows changes by predetermined time window, trusted source, or approved work ticket. Trusted changes can be automatically allowed; those that are outside of the authorized change profile are denied.
Real-time visibility and alerts to change events — Get alerts to changes occurring in the environment. Using profiles, Configuration Control gives you the power to define the most critical components, files, or objects within a server to monitor.
Lowered audit costs — Configuration Control dramatically cuts audit preparation time, while eliminating the hidden costs of ad hoc and unwanted change.
Get up-to-date data, powerful dashboards and reports, and built-in waiver management to simplify every step of your audit and configuration process.
Track changes in real time with instant alerts, reducing risks that can compromise integrity and compliance.
Implement IT controls at the server to allow only authorized changes to the system, eliminating ad hoc alterations, drift, or unwanted configurations.
Define new profiles and focus on what’s critical to monitor by implementing new benchmark standards within minutes. McAfee Configuration Control increases the visibility and curtails the escalating and hidden costs of managing compliance requirements.
Leverage your investment in the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) platform by creating and scheduling reports to show assessments, alerts, change event details, and enforcement policies.
Adapt to changing compliance standards and industry requirements. Download and easily update benchmarks from authoritative sources, such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and view detailed security guidance in minutes.
Use Configuration Control with change management, data center automation, and configuration management database (CMDB) solutions from HP, BMC, IBM, and others. It also works with McAfee Change Reconciliation, which increases efficiency by automatically allowing changes to occur based on the creation and execution of the workflow of a trouble ticket. Change Reconciliation encapsulates the system change details that occur during the workflow, as recorded by Configuration Control, and integrates them with the ticket history and report.
For a complete list of system requirements, see the Platform Support Matrix.
For a technical summary on the McAfee product listed above, please view the product data sheet.
McAfee Configuration Control combines the advanced capabilities of McAfee Policy Auditor and McAfee Change Control to put you in command of your compliance requirements.
McAfee Configuration Control eliminates manual processes and point product integration, providing single-console control for meeting compliance requirements.
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