Autonomic Networks raises the bar for achieving compliance and managing the risk of user access to applications, file servers, and other information resources. The Access Risk Management Solution (ARMS) audits user activity for access that is fraudulent, outside corporate risk tolerances, or non-compliant with corporate policy and regulatory requirements. Customizable dashboards and reports provide executives with measurable metrics for managing access risk “by the numbers”, highlighting audit issues requiring remediation and pinpointing suspicious access activities such as those employed by the rogue trader at Société Générale. The Autonomic Networks solution is centrally managed and supports enterprise wide reporting. The networked devices are easy to deploy in data centers, supporting out-of-line deployment for discovery and audit or in-line for enforcement. Either way, zero changes are required to the existing application and network infrastructure.
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