Assessment of desktop firewall configurations within a cardholder data environment |
Action1 automates assessment of desktop firewall configuration standards on every single endpoint within cardholder data environments. This helps to protect the cardholder data on the endpoint connectivity level, as the last line of defense in case the network-level firewall mechanism fails to perform or not configured properly.
1.1.1.b: All Network Connections
Pulls a list of all network connections configured on the endpoints
1.1.1.c: Desktop Firewall Configurations
View current configuration of Windows Firewall on multiple computers at once
1.1.2.a: Diagram of Network Connections
View all network connections between Cardholder Data Environment and other networks
1.1.4.c: Verify Firewall is Active
Check status of desktop firewall on all the workstations at once
1.1.6.a: All Services, Protocols, Ports
View all services, protocols and ports used on all the endpoints
1.1.6.c: Insecure Services, Protocols, Ports
Shows all known insecure services, protocols and ports, according to known standards, used on endpoints
1.1.7.b: Review of Firewall Rules Every 6 Months
Enables streamlined review of all active desktop firewall rules at predetermined regular intervals
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Endpoint configuration management in the Cloud
Manage endpoint configuration using plain English from the Cloud. Such as type 'Windows services' or 'reboot computer'.
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