New vCM content now available

VMware CP&C announces major content release for VCM!

The VMware Center for Policy and Compliance (CP&C) is pleased to announce our latest content update for FISMA, GLBA, HIPAA, and SOX in vCenter Configuration Manager ™ (VCM). 

Based off DISA’s last major release, we have now updated critical compliance requirements across several verticals.

How does this help you address your compliance needs?

Healthcare sector is a main area of focus for CP&C and VMware. With our updated templates, Healthcare Organizations can now leverage this content to prepare for upcoming audits in 2k12. With these templates and VCM’s automated patching solution, Healthcare organizations that use Hitrust as a source of guidance will also be able to apply these new rules, dashboards and content for audit requirements. CP&C also updated SOX, FISMA and GLBA templates as well helping folks out in D.O.D, Federal Government and Finance sectors with Continuous Compliance. VMware CP&C is also pleased to announce that we now cover the full spectrum of auditing settings for Vista, W7, and 2k8, and 2k8 R2.

What’s new in this package? DISA Platform support for:

  • Windows 2003 version 6.1.22
  • Windows 2008 v6.1.15
  • Windows 2008 R2 V1 Rel 1
  • Windows 7 Ver1.5
  • Windows Vista 6.1.22
  • Windows XP 6.1.22

Check out the HIPAA Dashboard below covering virtual, physical, Unix, Linux and Windows results! You can quickly determine where your non compliant settings are and easily remediate them.

HIPAA.DB.1.2.11

Right Click Fix, or set an exception!

HIPAA.Rem.1.2.12

Last but not least ,Audit settings!

Audit.DISA.1.2.11

How do you get it the new content?
Customers wishing to harden their DISA, SOX, HIPAA, FISMA and GLBA environment can download the new content via the VCM Content Wizard.

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