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How Can CHS Make a Huge Difference In Server Hardening

CalCom Hardening Solution (CHS) is the ideal choice for IT Ops. & CISOs looking to create a secured configured server infrastructure. CHS is a flexible hardening tool, with the unique ability to ‘learn’ where desired hardening changes will adversely impact production activity. CHS determines the impact of baseline changes before they implemented, producing visible conclusions for decision makers. CHS eliminates time consuming lab testing, reduce the cost and impact of server hardening, and centering infrastructure control, thereby stopping security breaches and operational mistakes.

Cost effective server hardening process

Save time and resources required for testing security policies in lab environments

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Zero server outages

Ensure that production services are not harmed during server hardening

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Prevent & monitor unauthorized policy changes

Stop security breaches and operational mistakes before they happen

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How CHS works?

Eliminates services downtime and automatically tests the policy change impact

Learning Mode

Simulates the policy impact on production

Eliminates services downtime and automatically tests the policy change impact

Create a custom policy which is good to go and hardens the servers in real-time

Enforcement Mode

Custom server hardening mode

Create a custom policy which is good to go and hardens the servers in real-time

Ensures continuous compliance by preventing and monitoring unauthorized policy changes

Monitoring Mode

Real time access control protection

Ensures continuous compliance by preventing and monitoring unauthorized policy changes

“CHS guarantees our servers are properly hardened and yet very little time is spent on hardening tasks”

Maor Sauborn, Windows infrastructure, Amdocs

“CHS helped us enforce an in-depth baseline while reducing administrative costs and time. Using the CHS learning mode we are able to avoid the policy testing procedure yet server up time is maintained”

Tomer Dvir, Global, IT system manager, Teva Pharmaceutical

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News

CalCom CHS for DevOps becomes Red Hat certified

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Events

CalCom Will attend the Nordic Cyber Series in Copenhagen

Come meet us at the Nordic Cyber Series conference in Copenhagen, Denmark on the 10-11th of March!   The Nordic Cyber Security Summit acts as an enabler, opening up discussions to

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black hat europe

Happy to announce CalCom will participate in the BlackHat Europe conference on December 2-5! Black Hat provides attendees with the latest in research, development, and trends in Information Security. In Black

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Meet CalCom at the “GS Days” conference in Paris

The French information security community is gearing up for the upcoming “GS Days – Francophone Security Days” conference on March 28, 2017 in Paris. The conference will focus on current threats,

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