SteelCloud, a leading STIG and CIS compliance automation software developer, announced that it had begun deliveries of its ConfigOS STIG compliance automation software for a new U.S. Air Force program. This program calls for SteelCloud’s ConfigOS software to be operational on every Air Force base within the next five years.
The license for its ConfigOS suite of compliance software is expected to cover thousands of Windows and Linux endpoints. This software was licensed to accelerate RMF and ATO processes while providing for continuous STIG compliance monitoring and remediation.
“We are excited to be supporting another large Air Force program with our STIG compliance automation software,” said Brian Hajost, SteelCloud President and CEO. “We are seeing increased demand from our SI partners to leverage SteelCloud’s patented software to deliver higher quality, lower-cost cyber-compliant programs to their government customers,” he added.
ConfigOS is currently implemented in classified and unclassified environments, tactical and weapon system programs, disconnected labs, and the commercial cloud. ConfigOS is client-less technology, requiring no software agents. ConfigOS scans endpoint systems and remediates hundreds of STIG controls in under two minutes.
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