What do we mean by controls monitoring?
In today’s complex regulatory environment, organizations face a daunting task in maintaining compliance amidst constantly shifting obligations and requirements. As organizations attempt to keep pace and adapt control activities (controls) to changes in compliance requirements and operational risk scenarios, often times they are hamstrung by ad-hoc, disconnected compliance efforts that are implemented reactively across separate areas of the business. This severely limits the ability to maintain a real-time, aggregated view of risk and compliance impacts. Efficiency and scale also suffer as the volume of manual systems and processes overload the organization’s limited resources.
Implementing a program that includes a centralized inventory of assets, requirements, risks, and controls, coupled with a standardized approach to measuring control efficacy, is the key to ensuring diligence and completeness. This also provides the solid foundation necessary for enabling automation and improving the ability to continuously monitor key risk and control performance metrics as the organization adapts to changes in the business climate.
Why is a program approach to monitoring control activities so important?
Consolidating organizational compliance projects into a single platform offers business owners a unique level of visibility into critical risk and compliance information, enabling them to make fully informed risk based business decisions in support of organizational priorities. A single control universe can further align with extended corporate stewardship and responsibility goals and other strategic objectives.
RSA Archer Controls Monitoring Program Management
RSA Archer Controls Monitoring Program extends the foundation established with RSA Archer Controls Assurance Program Management, with a modernized approach to defining and managing separate compliance projects simultaneously. This includes tools to assess and report on the performance of controls across all enterprise asset levels and the ability to automate control assessments and continuously monitor ongoing compliance efforts. Customers can also enjoy seamless integration with other RSA Archer use cases designed to tackle all aspects of Integrated Risk Management in their unique environments.
Businesses that operate with disconnected, ad-hoc programs typically find themselves diverting more and more time and resources to compliance, only to see their overall risk levels continue to increase. Whereas organizations with optimized compliance programs are able to reverse that trend and return more resources to the business which can then be used to invest in future growth initiatives. An optimized program also serves to reduce overall operational risk and provide decision makers with a reliable means for exploring the opportunity landscape by enabling them to identify with confidence the business risks that are worth taking.
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I applied Policy to prevent any user from unistalling the SEP without password, but user still can unistall the SEP without asking for password,
i am sure there is no problem in applying the policy, i applied as follow >
- Click Clients
- Select Policies tab.
- Click on General Settings.
- Select Security Settings tab.
- Select Require a password to uninstall the client
- Type the <password> in the box.
- Click OK.
Note: user when try to stop SEP service “SMC-Stop” , he can’t because it’s asking for a password, i don’t know why it’s not working with unistall the application.
windows version 10 “1709 & 1803”
- Reset your forgotten password
- Change your password after it has been reset
If you have forgotten your ShareFile account password, you can reset it from your ShareFile account login screen.
Important: ShareFile password reset uses the reCAPTCHA tool for verification. reCAPTCHA is not supported by Microsoft Edge. See ShareFile No Password Reset in Microsoft Edge for more information.
- Navigate to your login screen and click the Forgot password? link below the login button.
- Verify your identity.
- Complete the reCAPTCHA tool.
- Click send.
- The ShareFile system will send you an email that contains a link to reset your password. This link will expire after 15 minutes. Each time you send a password reset, the previous reset link will expire.
- Enter a new password.
If you come across error “You Do Not Have Permission to Change Password for the Below Account(s)”, refer article CTX239979 –ShareFile Error: “You Do Not Have Permission to Change Password for the Below Account(s)”
- Log in to your ShareFile account and click Settings > Personal Settings > Edit Profile
- Under Change Password, enter your old password prior to creating a new one.
- Click Save.
You may only modify your password if you have been granted access to do so. If you cannot change your password, please contact the administrator on your account.
By default, a ShareFile password must contain:
- A minimum of 8 characters
- 1 upper case letter
- 1 lower case letter
- 1 number
- No more than 50 characters
These requirements cannot be modified.
The Administrator user of your ShareFile account may change the password requirements for the ShareFile account at their own discretion. To do so, navigate to the Admin section of your ShareFile account and click Password Policy in the sidebar. Any changes made will go into effect the next time a user changes his or her password. When a password’s expiration time is met, users will be prompted to change their password the next time they log in to ShareFile.
For Risk events, there is a “Source” column that gives you information on what component of SEPM detected the risk. Items include:
- Manual Scan
- Scheduled Scan
- Definition Download
and etc. I’m working with a client, and need to understand fully what SEP means when a risk event is tagged as being detected by “Definition Download”. I haven’t been able to find any information as of yet to better help me understand the source type. I’m seeing the majority of all risk events (>75%) of all risks being detected by this measure, and furthermore is actioning them as “Leave Alone (Log only)”. Because of this, I am unable to configure how SEPM should handle these risks. Almost all the detections are for the “OSX.MacKeeper” risk type (yes, I’m dealing with primarily a MAC OS X environment). Furthermore, I check on the computer status, and it states the machines are not infected.
Can someone help me understand fully what this means when a risk detection source is from “Definition Download”?
Thanks so much!