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Paws Studio helps you achieve your compliance & security goals quickly and easily.

Check compliance against the most trusted information security standards in the world or use custom reporting options to create, comply and maintain your own policies.

Custom Policies

Paws Studio Policy Editor lets you quickly create your own security audits from scratch (or by editing pre-defined polices). Customized reports can be generated in seconds. Less time auditing, more time securing your systems.

Configuration Audit

A detailed report showing your machine configuration. This report gives you a quick and clear view of your current device settings.

CIS

The CIS (Center for Internet Security) benchmarks are a set of consensus-based security configuration guides that are gaining an important role in shaping policies and decisions. Developed and accepted by government, industry and academia, the CIS standards now encompass compliance requirements of other industry policies such as FISMA, PCI, HIPAA and more. Paws Studio can audit your devices in line with the CIS baseline and produce reports externally certified by CIS.

NIST

The purpose of the United States Government Configuration Baseline (USGCB) initiative is to create security configuration baselines for Information Technology products widely deployed across the federal agencies. The USGCB baseline evolved from the Federal Desktop Core Configuration mandate. The USGCB is a Federal government-wide initiative that provides guidance to agencies on what should be done to improve and maintain an effective configuration settings focusing primarily on security.

DISA

Detailed system reporting against the U.S. Military DISA STIG Checklists. Paws Studio is favoured by many Government and Defence agencies because reports can be generated securely offline and scaled up to audit any number of devices.

This is an audit against the Payment Card Industry policy. If you need to comply with this standard, the report will quickly complete the automatable checks, explain where and why you have passed or failed and offer advice to help you become compliant.

DCPP

The Defence Cyber Protection Partnership (DCPP) is a joint MOD/Industry initiative that was established in 2013. The DCPP is tasked with improving the protection of the defence supply chain from the cyber threat. Alongside MOD, the DCPP is made up of; 13 defence primes; 2 trade associations ADS (Aerospace, Defence and Security) and techUK representing small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs); the Department for Culture, Media and Sport; the Communications Electronics Security Group (CESG) and the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI).

NSA

The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) security guidelines are trusted all over the world as an authority on information security. With input from many security experts, this offers useful insights into system configuration vulnerabilities.

OVAL Compliance

Improve security in three, key areas: system information, specific machine states and assessment reporting. OVAL information assurance metrics include data on publicly available security issues (often targeted by cyber-criminals). This report helps you quickly find and plug these holes.

SANS

The SANS institute is a trusted industry body and provider of training for security professionals. Their policy is used all over the world as a security benchmark, why not use this report to see how your defenses stack up?

NERC

The NERC standard provides requirements for Critical National Infrastructure Protection (CIP). This standard is mandatory for CIP providers in the U.S.A. and a global benchmark for protecting many critical networks.