Running 100-percent on the mainframe, CA Compliance Event Manager helps mitigate data breaches and insider threats through real-time alerting and advanced reporting. The software provides immediate insights about the magnitude of data exposure on the mainframe, comprehensive auditing and forensics support to inspect compliance issues and deeper insights to protect mission-essential assets, eliminate risk, and reduce the cost of data protection processes.
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CA Compliance Event Manager is designed to make regulatory compliance faster and easier by helping you mitigate negative security events, address and reduce the total cost of compliance to stay in control, and keep your mission-essential data secure.
The mainframe hosts the majority of the world’s corporate data. However, with the immense amount of data residing on the platform, locating sensitive data, performing audits and responding to security threats can be time-consuming.
Real-Time Data Security and Compliance
By bringing the integration of
data security and compliance management to the mainframe, users gain insight into security
and compliance issues, and an improved risk posture, so stakeholders can identify where data is located, when it moves
and who has access to it.
By identifying data exposure risks, classifying the data to determine sensitivity level and providing comprehensive reporting on the scan results, you can protect data, address compliance requirements and mitigate exposure risks—all while reducing costs.
CA brings the integration of data security and compliance management to the mainframe.
CA Compliance Event Manager helps mitigate negative security events through real-time alerting. The solution provides immediate notifications of violations, plus access and change activities to critical security systems and resources, so stakeholders can act quickly.
With the mainframe handling such a huge amount of corporate data, manually finding sensitive data on the platform is unrealistic. That’s where CA Data Content Discovery comes in. The software automatically scans the mainframe to identify the location of sensitive data.
Secure Your Mainframe and Improve Your Compliance Posture with Real-Time Data Security and Compliance
Find, Classify and Protect With CA Data Content Discovery
Security and compliance continues to be top of mind for companies as they strive to protect their sensitive business assets, while ensuring fast and efficient operations. As data continues to grow and becomes increasingly regulated, a focus on
CA Technologies augments traditional user access management with data-centric compliance into a synergistic combination to provide the only sensitive data discovery solution that runs 100 percent on the mainframe.
When integrated together, CA Data Content Discovery and CA Compliance Event Manager deliver deeper, real-time insight into security and compliance issues. From finding and classifying to alerting and inspecting, these CA solutions provide unified enterprise security and help you increase your compliance posture across all platforms that power your success in the application economy.
You Can’t Protect Your Mission-Essential Data If You Don’t Know Where It Is
CA Data Content Discovery and
CA Compliance Event Manager find and classify data, and monitor users to generate risk alerts in real time. This solution can help you address malicious attacks, secure sensitive information across the data lifecycle and facilitate regulatory compliance.
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Alert, Inspect and Protect With CA Compliance Event Manager
CA Data Content Discovery is the only data security discovery and classification offering that executes solely on and for the mainframe to completely eliminate any risky offloading of data. The software integrates with leading enterprise security management and access control products—such as CA ACF2™, IBM® RACF® and CA Top Secret®—revealing not just which data is exposed but who has access to it.
data security is essential to managing business risks. You must know where your sensitive data is, who has access to it—and be able to act fast, before it accidentally or maliciously exits the mainframe due to a data breach.
CA Data Content Discovery and CA Compliance Event Manager identify sensitive data at rest and in motion to help lower the risk of damaging data breaches, and reduce the ongoing cost of regulatory compliance.
Once data exposure threats are identified, CA Compliance Event Manager generates advanced audit and compliance information not available in standard security reports. Users receive real-time alerts and deeper insights into critical security issues.
CA Data Content Discovery categorizes the discovered data based on sensitivity level.
Once you know the location
of mainframe data, you can
make business decisions to appropriately secure, encrypt, archive or delete it, and prove
to auditors that controls
are in place.