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Elemental's Elemental Compliance System 1.1 Elemental Price: Starts at about $100,000 for server and 500 agents @exb Elemental's Elemental Compliance System 1.1 @exe Compliance is all the buzz, but the real challenge is leveraging tools that give organizations a firm grip on their enterprise security posture and do more than simply earn an auditor's signature. Elemental's Elemental Compliance System (ECS) unites enterprise-wide host configuration, policy management and network access control into one easy-to-use package. ECS employs agent technology to monitor hosts and align them with policy, polling the server for current policies, assessing host status and reporting back to the server for correlation. If a host or group is out of compliance, network access may be restricted or stopped. Hosts that don't have an agent can be given restricted network access. The server supports 4,000 managed clients, and multiple ECS servers can share a common master database. Policies can be created from a wide range of rules, including usage of most common antivirus ... Access >>>
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