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Polivec Compliance Management System 3.7 Polivec Price: $25,000, plus $600/server In the pressurized regulatory compliance environment that's escalated security to a boardroom priority, organizations that already have a firm grasp on policy creation, auditing and enforcement are best positioned to meet the challenge. They don't look for silver-bullet answers, but for tools that simplify compliance management and control costs. Polivec Compliance Management System (CMS) 3.7 is that kind of tool. It combines natural language compliance policies and an intuitive Web-based reporting interface with robust vulnerability, configuration management, and auditing and reporting capabilities. Its completeness is a reflection of Polivec's eight-plus years of developing complex software specifically designed for compliance with the plethora of regulations, including HIPAA, GLBA, ISO 17799, FISMA, European Privacy Directive and SOX. Polivec's information security policies are impressive in breadth and usage, and are based on standards (such as ISO 17999 and COBIT), ... Access >>>
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