Policy Control Management


Also called policy management; policy control is a technology that enables the definition and application of business and operational rules in organizations.

In today’s IT information systems, security policies are static and local to each of the security devices.  Furthermore, in 99,99% of the cases, heterogeneous devices including “security devices” are unable to communicate information about their events to each other. Most of the hackers know this gap and use it to their advantage. As a result, we need to fix it as soon as possible before it’s too late.

SECNOLOGY enables you to collect a huge number of events directly from your devices, registry or files in real time, on event or on demand.  Store data centrally and/or remotely, archive and secure the data according to policy, and more generally automatically manage the whole data life cycle, including availability, accessibility, integrity, confidentiality, segregation, period retention and purging, in accordance with your policies.

How to implement good practice in policy control management with SECNOLOGY?

SECNOLOGY allows you to create best practice information security policies that are leveraged throughout the software to support all aspects of your IT security program.  Accurate policy control is possible thanks to the unique architecture of Secnology. The control is managed via a flexible user interface, where policies can be defined intuitively based on applications, users, and other contexts available. Manage activation and security of your application with a single rule base for all security operations. This critical simplification and dynamic security updates reduce the workload of administrators while improving your overall security. Secnology allows organizations to have a security policy:


The policy needs to be adapted to the organization


define the framework for setting information security objectives

show the commitment of top management

The policy must show the commitment of top management to fulfill the requirements of all interested parties, and to continually improve the ISMS


The policy must be communicated within the company


The policy must be regularly reviewed

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