Maintaining continuous compliance—a new best practice approach

16 February 2011
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When trying to achieve continuous compliance with internal policies and external regulations, organizations need to replace traditional processes with a new best practice approach and new innovative technology. This white paper aims to explore these themes to help organisations develop a strategy that will aid them in maintaining continuous compliance.

Organizations of all sizes and types put policies, processes and procedures in place to try to meet the endpoint compliance requirements of internal operations, industry bodies and government regulations. But does a traditional endpoint management approach get them to the level of compliance they need? More important, does it keep them there?

In most cases it doesn’t do either. And the reason is simple. A traditional approach can’t keep endpoints continuously compliant with regulations or protected from threats. To achieve continuous compliance, organizations need to replace traditional processes based on legacy technologies, outgrown assumptions and siloed IT operations with a new best practice approach and new innovative technology.

Tivoli Endpoint Manager facilitates continuous compliance and risk reduction with distributed intelligence that enables organizations to see, change, enforce and report on security policies and endpoint compliance in real time, on a global scale. Tivoli Endpoint Manager allows IT organizations to implement critical security and vulnerability management functions for endpoints from a single unified management console, with fine-grained reporting and an intuitive compliance dashboard.

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