Cimcor is pleased to announce that it is the recipient of the first-ever Center for Internet Security (CIS®) Benchmarks Configuration Certification. The Center for Internet Security has provided this certification for the CimTrak Integrity Suite running on CIS CentOS Linux 7 Benchmark Level 1 and Level 2.
CimTrak’s integration with ITSMs technologies enables customers to identify unknown, unwanted, and unauthorized changes in real-time by capturing the approved and authorized change requests and reconciling the observed changes in CimTrak. The result of this process enables a customer to identify and highlight when someone was circumventing a process, or a malicious activity was developing. This closed-loop change control value proposition is further extended by CimTrak by providing roll-back and remediation capabilities as well as change prevention.
CimTrak can integrate into any syslog or SIEM solution via multiple protocols such as CEF, LEEF, MEF, and more. All logs data such as file changes, baseline deviations, and incompliance can be sent in real-time to your central logging solution.
Cimcor has partnered with the leading endpoint protection technology to bring together best-of-breed features and functionality to stop malware with integrated threat intelligence and immediate response with the use of a single lightweight agent that operates with complete transparency making it the most robust and comprehensive endpoint technology in the world.
Partnered with leading cloud partners, CimTrak offers its security and compliance solutions, CimTrak monitors their configuration and change management parameters that define a cloud infrastructure for Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and Oracle Cloud.
By combining CimTrak & Palo Alto XSOAR, organizations have the power to deepen your understanding of certain security events using CimTrak's rich file assessment engines and/or verify them against a curated allow list. Additionally, the integration will allow organizations to leverage CimTrak to integrate existing ITSM systems such as ServiceNow, BMC Remedy, and Jira.
CimTrak takes monitoring to the next step by monitoring the configurations of the hypervisor directly at the source. CimTrak interfaces directly with Hyper-V and VMware to securely capture actual configuration data files from the hypervisor host. Capturing the actual configuration data files allows a complete analysis of the hypervisor and the host operating system running the hypervisor. Additionally, CimTrak’s method of detection provides administrators the capability to manually and automatically roll back configurations using the authoritative copy of configurations stored within CimTrak’s Master Repository.
CimTrak integrates and supports Docker, Kubernetes, Google Kubernetes Engine, and Amazon EKS to ensure that both security, IT operations, and compliance efforts are measured, reported, and remediated if unwanted, unexpected, and unauthorized configurations and changes present themselves.