Austin, Texas (PRWEB) January 27, 2015
SignaCert, the “Power of Being Correct”™ company that is revolutionizing I.T. compliance and change detection, announced today extended coverage for the North American Electric Reliability Corporation’s (“NERC”) Critical Infrastructure Protection (“CIP”) Reliability Standards, referred to as the “CIP Version 5 Reliability Standards”.
Because of the noise and accuracy issues of traditional compliance and file integrity monitoring (FIM) solutions, organizations have been put at greater risk and forced to demonstrate annual compliance via costly and infrequent manual audits. SignaCert Integrity, the only compliance and integrity monitoring solution that includes a database of more than four billion signatures of validated applications and files, rapidly identifies unauthorized changes that need immediate action by filtering out all systems that are correctly configured.
SignaCert Integrity verifies that systems are compliant with NERC standards, alerts when unauthorized changes are made to monitored systems, and generates reports that demonstrate historical NERC compliance. Integrity addresses CIP-005, CIP-007 and CIP-010.
“The SignaCert team has been passionately protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure for decades, ” said Toney Jennings, chief executive officer for SignaCert. “We are excited to have SignaCert Integrity’s correctness verification advantages extended to help utilities exceed NERC requirements, dramatically improve their overall security posture and improve profitability.”
To learn more about the value of SignaCert Integrity, please visit: http://info.signacert.com/ebrief-value-integrity
About SignaCert, Inc.
SignaCert offers the most actionable and affordable I.T. compliance and integrity monitoring solutions. By continuously assessing systems against trusted benchmarks and the patented Global Trust Repository, SignaCert Integrity’s “Correctness Engine” quickly identifies unauthorized changes that need immediate action by ensuring all systems are correctly configured and contain only valid applications. Learn more at http://www.signacert.com, read our blog at http://blog.signacert.com or follow us on Twitter @signacert.