Codima autoMap now integrates with MBSA simplifying security status analysis
autoMap™ uses Microsoft® Office Visio™ to automatically generate topology drawings and visualize entire infrastructure networks. By adding support for the MBSA tool to autoMap™, Codima has significantly simplified the normally difficult and time consuming task of discovering, displaying, and analyzing the security status of networks and made the process more intuitive.
Once a network drawing has been created in autoMap®, the Visio® Connector for MBSA displays a smart tag when the user hovers over a computer shape, enabling the user to perform a MBSA scan from the drawing. The Visio® 2007 Connector for MBSA displays color-coded results on the drawing that represents the baseline security status of the network. Detailed baseline security reports can be displayed in a report window by selecting an individual computer shape to further help simplify the security status analysis process.
“Businesses today are balancing requirements to control costs while emphasizing security issues. With the integration of MBSA to the autoMap™ platform we help network managers to accelerate security analysis enhancing the value of their existing systems,” said CEO Christer Mattsson. “This reflects our aim to provide easy to use, cost efficient and highly graphical tools and how we can leverage the Visio® technology”
- Perform a Microsoft® Baseline Security Analysis (MBSA) of a Microsoft® infrastructure
- Automatically generate Microsoft® Office Visio® network topology drawings and allow network managers to automatically discover and view the topology of their entire enterprise network
- Save network topology drawings to a Web server - view and share network topology and extensive asset information on a Web page
- Improve network planning capability and operational efficiency by viewing where devices, are connected, as well as Subnet and VLAN information
- Identify unmanaged sectors of the network
- Rationalize equipment, for example identify how many routers/switches have available ports
- Historical Change facility to highlight topology and asset changes between discovery runs
- Increase availability with easy to use agent free deployment for SNMP and WMI users
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- Extensive switch & router vendor support - Cisco, Nortel, Extreme Networks and more
- Ability to drill down in Microsoft® Office Visio®
- Maximize asset information using new Visio 2007 Professional Data Link feature to connect external data sources such as Access Databases or Excel spreadsheets to autoMap’s network shapes
ABOUT Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA) is an easy-to-use tool designed for the IT professional that helps small- and medium-sized businesses determine their security state in accordance with Microsoft security recommendations and offers specific remediation guidance.
Codima Inc. (OTC:CDMA) provides best practice software tools to help organizations manage their IT networks from beginning to end. Codima Toolbox delivers tools for VoIP network pre-assessment, traffic simulation, post-deployment monitoring and troubleshooting to ensure successful VoIP implementations, as well as network inventory and network visualization tools using Microsoft® Office Visio®. Focused on easy to use, cost-efficient, highly visual and modular tools, Codima is a leader in VoIP Management and IT Asset Management. Codima, headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, has offices in London, Johannesburg, Stockholm, Sydney and Tokyo and supports partners globally.
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