Cimcor Releases Updated Version of Its Flagship Product CimTrak
MERRILLVILLE, IN: Security and integrity software solution company, Cimcor has recently published a new version of its flagship product CimTrak Integrity Suite. The updated version 3.1 with the aid of updated file monitoring and compliance solution will provide easy automated detection and documentation of all the files within their IT domain.
"We understand that maintaining operational integrity despite the onslaught of both authorized and unauthorized changes, has become more challenging than ever. ", says Robert E. Johnson III, President and CEO, Cimcor. CimTrak is an advanced security, integrity application that is easy to deploy and scales to the large network of devices. It provides automated detection process, flexible response options, and auditing capabilities to the clients. The technology gives deep situational awareness to the companies to deal with all the changes happening within their IT infrastructure.
It determines the status of the files and its configurations, and takes immediate proactive action to correct the changes and minimize the associated risk at the time of any external threat. With its advanced ticketing capabilities, CimTrak differentiates the changes and allows easy scanning of the required scrutinized file. "CimTrak has long stood as the only file integrity monitoring system with comprehensive real-time, self-healing, capabilities for servers. These new features differentiates CimTrak in the security marketplace and solidifies its position as a critical resource within the datacenter." added Johnson.
CimTrak Integrity Suite is simple to install and configure, built with the strict requirements, it also secures clients critical data. It stores files and configurations in the CimTrak Master Repository with highly protected encryption. Cimcor in this latest release has simplified the process of authoritative baselines design. The update combines existing operational workflows, active directory settings, firewalls and routers, coupled with major components within the IT infrastructure.
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