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GLBA/FFIEC Compliance Software

For Securing Customer Data on Distributed Endpoints

^ Patch Windows OS and third-party applications 
^ Automate inventory of endpoint software and hardware
^ Enforce and maintain secure endpoint configurations  
^ Deploy authorized software and remove unauthorized one  

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FFIEC Information Security Controls Action1 Helps With

While the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) mandates that financial institutions protect their customers’ personal and financial information, it is the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) that provides guidance on the implementation of GLBA and develops standards for the examination and supervision of financial institutions. The following mapping of Action1 capabilities to GLBA/FFIEC requirements is based on the “Information Security Booklet” which, among other booklets, constitutes the FFIEC Information Technology Examination Handbook (IT Handbook) designed to help financial institutions understand and comply with GLBA. 

II.C.10(d); II.C.10(b); II.C.15(d); IV.A  

Automate patch management

Keep your OS and third-party applications, including your custom and proprietary software, up to date with the latest patches. Update all servers and workstations consistently, even if they are remote, not connected to a corporate VPN, not joined to a domain, or offline.  

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Identify available patches

Never miss a critical or security patch. Find out what updates are available for Windows OS and third-party applications but missing from your endpoints, and get notified of new Windows updates. 

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Enforce flexible policies

Prioritize patches by severity, test them on isolated systems, approve updates for deployment, and schedule patch implementation within defined patch windows to minimize downtime. 

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Demonstrate compliance

Verify in real time that patches have been successfully applied. Prove to auditors that you have a working patch management procedure with detailed reports on installed patches and patching history.

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II.C.10(a); II.C.10(b); II.C.10(c); II.C.12; II.C.13(a); II.C.15(d); IV.A  

Enforce secure endpoint configurations

Harden your endpoint environment with security configurations applied consistently across any group of endpoints, whether onsite or remote, enterprise- or employee-owned, or new or existing ones. 

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Automate policy enforcement

Enforce security configurations, such as enabling encryption and logging, removing local admin rights, and wiping data remotely, individually or en masse with ready-to-use and custom scripts.

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Create standard builds

Build your own configuration standards with multi-step policies and apply them automatically to different groups of endpoints, including devices newly introduced to your environment.  

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Detect misconfigurations

Detect unauthorized configuration changes with real-time alerts. Use reports to ascertain that required security controls are working and identify misconfigurations that need to be fixed. 

II.C.5; II.C.10(b); II.C.11; II.C.12; II.C.13(a); II.C.15(d); IV.A 

Keep up-to-date asset inventory

Automate asset inventory and gain accurate, real-time insights into the software and hardware used, no matter where your endpoints are located. Know what devices you have, how they are configured, what software is being used, and which devices need upgrades. 

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Maintain hardware inventory

Get an overview of endpoint hardware to make informed decisions about necessary replacements and upgrades, and ensure it is up-to-date, vendor-supported, and compliant. 

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Automate software inventory

Learn what software is in use, with insights into versions, installation dates and more. Get a complete overview of all installed software or focus on specific types, such as cloud storage and instant messengers.

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Detect unauthorized software

Streamline periodic reviews to verify that only authorized, up-to-date, and supported software is in use. Detect unauthorized, obsolete, or unsupported software that needs to be disposed of.

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II.C.10(b); II.C.10(c); II.C.11; II.C.12; II.C.15(c); II.C.15(d); IV.A 

Manage software assets 

Deploy security solutions and allowed business applications, detect unauthorized installations, uninstall unauthorized software, and replace obsolete software efficiently and at scale. Your endpoints don’t need to be connected to a corporate network or VPN, or joined to a domain. 

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Deploy authorized software

Deploy approved software, including firewalls, anti-malware, DLP and other security solutions, automatically from a single location. Choose from ready-to-deploy apps, or upload your custom software. 

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Remove unauthorized software

Uninstall unauthorized applications from multiple endpoints at once, forcing a reboot if necessary to complete the process. Replace unsupported software in one go with multi-step policies.  

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Detect software changes

Be notified in real-time about changes that can bring you out of compliance, such as unauthorized software installations or the removal of an anti-malware solution, to respond promptly.

Secure and Compliant Solution

At Action1, security is our top priority. Action1 not only helps organizations meet FFIEC guidelines, but is also a secure solution itself, compliant with application security, remote access, and other FFIEC recommendations. 

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Security features

Action1 enforces two-factor authentication, provides role-based-access and audit logs, and secures all connections with TLS 1.2 and AES-256.  

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Compliant solution

Action1 meets the requirements of security standards and regulations, such as SOC 2, ISO/IEC 27001 and NIST SP 800-171.

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Secure remote access

Action1 saves you from additional holes in your firewall configuration, such as opening an inbound port for remote connections to resources. 

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Why customers choose Action1

Tame complexity

Get up and running and start getting value in an hour with a solution that is easy to deploy and just works. No legacy technology, clunky tools, and features you don’t need.

Get it done in one place

Patch business-critical systems and applications, deploy and remove software, inventory assets, configure and monitor endpoints—all from a single platform.

See phenomenal ROI

Get your first 100 endpoints free of any charge, with no strings attached. Scale up at a simple, all-inclusive price without hidden costs or nickel-and-diming.

What Our Customers Say

Action1 slashed times to bring our environment in line with our IT security policies from 6 hours a week to just 20 minutes a week, which is 18 times faster than with our previous approach.

Luke Wolfenden

Lead IT Engineer, carwow  

Thanks to Action1, I am able to check off a couple of boxes on a GLBA compliance list. First, it helps us remediate security vulnerabilities in a timely manner while saving us 15 hours per week on patch management. Second, it includes reporting functionality, which the Safeguards Rule also requires.

Matt Lutjen

System Administrator, CARR Auto Group

One of the elements that we especially appreciate in Action1 is the power of scripting. By using advanced PowerShell scripts through the platform, we were able to fully automate our workstation build process — making it 9 times faster whilst increasing quality.

Jon Abbott

CEO, Priority One