U.S. Army Adds CimTrak to the Army Information Assurance Approved Products List
U.S. ARMY ADDS CIMTRAK TO THE ARMY INFORMATION ASSURANCE APPROVED PRODUCTS LIST
Recognition Validates Security and Integrity Firm’s Experience in Deploying Military-Grade Solutions
(October 11, 2010)−Cimcor (http://www.cimcor.com), a leader in the development of innovative security and integrity software solutions for military, government and corporate initiatives, today announced that its CimTrak software solution has been validated and added to the United States Army Information Assurance Approved Products List (AIAAPL).
"The selection of CimTrak for inclusion on the AIAAPL validates Cimcor’s experience in deploying IT solutions that meet the strict quality and security standards of military agencies,” said Robert E. Johnson, III, co-founder, president and CEO, Cimcor, Inc. “The U.S. Army and its agencies must comply with multiple security regulations and CimTrak adds a vital security layer to critical infrastructure, supporting compliance and best practices requirements.”
The approval of CimTrak was the result of extensive testing by the U.S. Army Technical Integration Center (TIC) for the U.S. Army Information Assurance Office.
“CimTrak detects in real-time any unauthorized changes to vital files, directories, configurations and other key attributes, and ensures the integrity of critical information and information systems,” said Johnson.
In addition to Cimcor’s addition to the AIAAPL, it was recently awarded Common Criteria Certification for meeting the security requirements defined by the Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (http://www.commoncriteriaportal.org/).
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Founded in 1997, Cimcor is an industry leader in developing innovative security and integrity software solutions. The firm has continued to be on the front lines of corporate, government and military initiatives to protect the nation’s computer networks from unauthorized access. Cimcor’s innovative flagship software product, CimTrak helps organizations to monitor, protect and “self-heal” computer servers and network devices in real-time, including who is making changes, what is being changed, when change is occurring, and how the change was made. These capabilities give their leaders and managers’ peace-of-mind and assurance that their IT assets are always in a known and verified state. Visit http://www.cimcor.com to learn more about Cimcor and CimTrak.