Looking for an accurate way to track asset compliance? Learn how to create and maintain a common asset enumeration scheme!
If you answer “yes” to any of the following, then reserve your seat now!
• Are you a member of any of the ISACs such as the NH-ISAC?
• Are you dealing with IoT configuration problems in an ISAC?
• Do you frequent STIGVIEWER?
• Do you have to deal with naming SWID tags?
• Do you have problems managing the asset hierarchy in your CMDB?
There is no common asset categorization and naming convention to use for compliance. The range of standards overlap in some areas, have major gaps in others, and they don’t fit every situation.
Why is a Common Asset Enumeration Scheme Critical?
This webinar addresses Products, Services, and Product and Service classifications that you will need in order to be compliant with asset and asset management mandates.
• create and manage a Configuration Management Database unless you can create a product hierarchy scheme
• share information in an ISAC about assets unless you have a common asset language.
• apply STIGS unless you know which assets to apply them
• link low level asset configuration compliance to high level asset management compliance unless you stitch together two very disparate hierarchies We’ll give you the tools to do all of the above.
Join Dorian Cougias as he discusses his proposal to harmonize asset naming by extending the Unified Compliance Framework®.
Mark your calendar for Thursday, July 26, 2018, at 10:30 a.m. PDT/ 1:30 p.m. EDT. Register
You Will Learn
• about product and service classification from top level segments down to the bottom level of product updates and editions
• where NAICS, UNSPSC, CPE, and SWID fit into the picture
• how a common asset enumeration schema allows you to stitch together low level configuration controls with high level asset management controls
You’ll also learn how we can fix and maintain a Common Asset Enumeration scheme that bridges the gap among all the existing standards!
BLUECON 2018, the inaugural Blueprint User Conference, is the premier event for individuals who want to compete and succeed in an ever-changing digital landscape and drive corporate growth through agility.
When: Wednesday, November 7, 2018 - Friday, November 9, 2018 | 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM | Eastern Time
Where: The Miami Beach EDITION | 2901 Collins Ave | Miami Beach, Florida 33140 | USA | 1-855-725-4538
Learn the Easiest Way to Reduce Your Audit Burden. Stop Auditing the Same Mandate Over and Over Again!
Did you know that the same mandates can appear in more than one of the regulations you must comply with? So, in effect, you may end up auditing the same mandate over and over again, which really stinks! Now, can you stop doing that, with a minimum amount of effort, while assuring accuracy.
How? Attend this webinar to find out! Compliance Auditing 101: The Easiest Way to Reduce Your Audit Burden is a joint webinar being held on July 12, 2018 at 10 a.m. PDT/1 p.m. EDT. James Woodworth, Quantivate’s Program Manager, and Dorian Cougias, co-founder of Unified Compliance, will be presenting.
Learn the Best Method for Creating Accurate Definitions
We spend a lot of our time reading, correcting and creating definitions related to compliance. We want you to be able to do the same -- to spot a good definition and write better ones -- and we have developed a fool-proof method for doing so.
To assist you, we’re conducting an educational webinar titled “Compliance Definitions: Learn How to Say What You Mean,” on June 21, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. PT/1:30 p.m. ET.
Having trouble protecting your data? We get it. It's a complex job for compliance teams that are required to comply with specific regulations and standards such as GLBA, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, SOX, NIST, ISO, SOC 1/2/3, etc.
What you'll learn:
We'll show you how your organization can better comply with the vast array of regulations and standards that are levied on most companies by using the ServiceNow GRC application to capture and manage compliance activities and risks. By tying those risks to your controls, rationalizing your internal control framework and using the Unified Compliance Framework’s (UCF) common controls approach you can manage just a single control to attest to your organizations compliance against multiple regulatory controls and standards.