Regulatory Compliance Reporting Module for Retina CS
Accelerate your compliance reporting, while driving down the cost of collecting and presenting that compliance data. The BeyondTrust Regulatory Reporting Packs provide an automated solution to help you navigate the increasingly complex regulatory landscape.
Simplify Compliance with PCI, HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, NIST, FERC/NERC and More
Today’s strict regulatory environment continues to evolve in a more aggressive fashion, requiring organizations to adapt their security policies for proof-positive compliance with data integrity and confidentiality requirements. This has added tremendous complexity and cost to over-taxed IT and security teams.
The BeyondTrust Regulatory Reporting Packs, seamlessly integrated within Retina CS Enterprise Vulnerability Management, provide an automated solution to help you navigate the regulatory compliance landscape. Unlike other products that only provide generic compliance reports, our Regulatory Reporting Packs map each of your network’s vulnerabilities to specific regulatory mandates, including PCI, HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, NIST, FERC/NERC, MASS 201, ISO, COBiT, ITIL, and HITRUST.
“...in Frost & Sullivan’s opinion, few security products have been able to address the unique threats presented by these technologies and practices. BeyondTrust provides the requisite security functionality to ensure that customers can safely embrace these new technologies”Frost & Sullivan
- Easily Validate Compliance with IT Security Mandates
- Map Retina vulnerability and configuration audits to mandates including PCI, HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, NIST, FERC/NERC, MASS 201, ISO, COBiT, ITIL, and HITRUST.
- Support for Your Entire IT Infrastructure
- BeyondTrust continues to be the only security solution provider to support regulatory compliance reporting for network, mobile, virtual and cloud assets.
- Unify Regulatory Compliance with Security Intelligence
- Use in conjunction with BeyondInsight’s reporting engine, which delivers analytics and trending across the threat lifecycle for multi-dimensional reports on assets, vulnerabilities, attacks and remediation.
- Integrated with Retina Vulnerability Management
- A centralized management, reporting and analytics console enables security, IT and compliance teams to easily manage Regulatory Compliance in concert with Retina CS Enterprise Vulnerability Management.
- Automated compliance reporting: Validate vulnerability and configuration audits against compliance mandates including PCI, HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, NIST, FERC/NERC, MASS 201, ISO, COBiT, ITIL, and HITRUST.
- Automated compliance mapping: Eliminate tedious manual data manipulation by mapping scans and audits to specific compliance objectives and mandated computer controls.
- Centralized management: Identify, assess and manage risk and compliance across the enterprise via a centralized management, reporting and analytics console.
- Continually updated reports: The BeyondTrust Research Team works to keep all Retina compliance reports updated with changes to regulatory controls and newly discovered vulnerabilities.
- Daily compliance dashboards: Dashboards with full drilldown capabilities enable you to immediately address compliance violations and demonstrate ongoing compliance initiatives.
Retina CS Add-On Modules
Download this overview document detailing the capabilities, highlights and competitive advantages of the three Retina CS add-on modules. By adding Retina Patch Management, Configuration Compliance and Regulatory Reporting modules to Retina CS, you not only gain a more holistic view of your enterprise security posture, but also significantly improve the efficiency of your vulnerability management program.
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