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Security Blanket 4.0 Review Webcast from TCS and SANS

Trusted Computer Solutions : 25 February, 2010  (Technical Article)
Trusted Computer Solutions will team with the SANS Institute to present a Webinar in early March on Automated Operating System Lockdown
Trusted Computer Solutions (TCS), a developer of cross domain and cyber security solutions, will host a webcast with the SANS Institute titled "Automated Operating System Lockdown: Security Blanket 4.0 Review" on March 23 from 1 - 2 pm ET. Presented by SANS Analyst David Shackleford and TCS' CTO George Kamis, the webcast will offer insights into a review recently conducted by SANS of TCS' Security Blanket automated operating system (OS) lock down tool.


Security Blanket is the only enterprise platform that automatically locks down (or hardens) Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Solaris and Oracle Enterprise Linux OS', and is able to meet industry standard security guidelines such as the Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA) UNIX Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) and Centre for Internet Security (CIS) Benchmarks. It is a cost-effective way to consistently and predictably secure enterprise-wide systems in a fraction of the time it takes to lock them down manually. Security Blanket can assess the security posture of individual systems or groups of systems, identify OS vulnerabilities and automatically remediate those vulnerabilities by automatically changing the actual OS configuration settings that were identified as vulnerable. Announced in January, Security Blanket now supports Novell SUSE as well as openSUSE and Fedora 11 and 12.

George Kamis, CTO, Trusted Computer Solutions and David Shackleford, Senior Analyst, Instructor and GIAC Technical Director at the SANS Institute will present a webcast entitled "Automated Operating System Lockdown: Security Blanket 4.0 Review" on Tuesday, March 23re from 1pm until 2 pm ET.

Registration for this event is required via the SANS portal and registrants will receive a complimentary copy of the SANS written review of Security Blanket
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