How can you protect what you can’t even see? Get the whole picture when you define the whole enterprise.
The EAGLE6 Org Chart Module models organizational structure based on positions within the enterprise, rather than individual users. This distinction supports EAGLE6’s Need to Know (N2K) access controls, which grant user access and permissions based on the information that particular position needs in order to function properly within the enterprise.
In addition to simplifying security, the Org Chart Module makes it possible for EAGLE6 to account for users in its model of the enterprise and their interactions with various systems. In short, EAGLE6 brings positions into the model as active assets to be analyzed and reported against.
The EAGLE6 Strategic Planning Module brings broad organizational goals into the model and breaks them into smaller goals that are assigned to the appropriate positions and IT assets within the enterprise.
Once goals have been chunked down, they can be tracked and analyzed by EAGLE6 in numerous ways. By connecting goals to resources and assets, EAGLE6 notifies you of the oversaturation and underutilization of assets and prevents conflicts within projects that would otherwise go undetected in traditional tools.
The EAGLE6 IT Assets Modeling Module ingests information about the architecture of your systems from various sources (log files, code repositories, and traffic logs to name a few) in order to build a model of all your systems. EAGLE6 auto-detects dependencies across entity types, delivering a 3-dimensional representation of your systems and how they interact with each other and humans.
Finally, assets are attached to goals, projects, and business processes, empowering you to analyze and respond to the impact of change before it occurs.
NOTE: Customer data and EAGLE6 model data are not synonymous. Customer data can include highly sensitive and even top-secret data, none of which is contained with the EAGLE6 enterprise model. EAGLE6 simply models the structure of your data, not the contents.
The EAGLE6 Business Process Module maps out every human process within the enterprise and links them to connected IT assets and positions. Once completed, you have defined the acceptable state for operations, against which analysis can be performed.
Coupled with the Org Chart Module, the Business Process Module accounts for human interaction with systems unlike any other tool, providing greater depth of analysis and intelligence about your enterprise.
Rather than assigning users into pre-defined roles with established permissions, user access is established and evolves as users are assigned entities, goals, relationships, projects, and tasks. As users move through the organization and projects are completed, user access is adjusted to reflect each individual’s current status.
N2K aids in the prevention of insider threats by reducing excessive access and limiting the need to define roles and their responsibilities. As positions are backfilled, users are granted permissions to what any new responsibilities demand. Everything in EAGLE6 is driven by N2K, including all views, reporting, and notifications.
*As with every EAGLE6 module, dashboards, alerts, and reports can be easily configured to suit your specific needs.
It’s one thing to spot known vulnerabilities. Real security comes from rooting out unknown vulnerabilities before they do harm.
The documentation of business processes establishes acceptable patterns of behavior, or formal requirements, for each process across the enterprise, which are linked to associated entities and systems within the enterprise.
Once formal requirements are established, EAGLE6 identifies unwanted states and prevents new paths or deviations in the form of warnings, alerts, and approval processes to make changes to existing requirements.
Project Management (PM) within EAGLE6 stands apart from traditional PM software, as it leverages the enterprise model to identify, report on, and track against the project.
By linking projects, tasks, and changes to IT assets and strategic planning goals, the organization has a clear view into progress, impact, and potential conflict. Project Managers can easily identify oversaturated and underutilized areas to build out better efficiencies for how they conduct business and achieve successful results with each project.
The EAGLE6 Change Management Module leverages the enterprise model and proprietary risk algorithms to identify the impact and assess the risk of change across the enterprise.
EAGLE6 streamlines the change management process by automating inefficient manual processes and pinpointing impact and risk before a desired change occurs. Notifications, approvals, and reporting are simplified, with only those who need to know receiving alerts about change. The Change Management Module greatly reduces downtime and the costs associated with remediation efforts and lost productivity.
Who’s minding the gaps in your cybersecurity posture? Close those gaps with automated real-time alerts and notifications.
EAGLE6 notifies the appropriate users of security vulnerabilities via the EAGLE6 Cybersecurity Dashboard, which tracks identified vulnerabilities and remediation efforts, along with the entities and users impacted by specific vulnerabilities.
EAGLE6 simplifies the tracking of compliance regulations on both the project level as well as industry-specific standards and laws by pulling real-time documentation from IT assets and other related modules as the enterprise changes and evolves.
EAGLE6 notifies the appropriate users of any changes in the systems architecture of the enterprise. This could include the detection of a new device, new IP address, or an unwanted state.
As enterprise systems change, EAGLE6 automatically updates the model to mirror those changes and produces documentation based on user-defined specifications like versions, patches, changes, projects, and users. If it’s in the model, EAGLE6 can report on it.
EAGLE6 leverages the enterprise model to navigate change through the appropriate parties, as defined by how the organization conducts business. EAGLE6 identifies who and what is impacted by a proposed change and notifies only the individuals who manage those people and systems impacted by the proposed change.
All systems have a life cycle. EAGLE6’s Enterprise Lifecycle Engineering process accounts for the sunsetting of obsoleted systems by leveraging the enterprise model to understand how business processes and other systems use the obsoleted system. This identifies all touch points and validates a clean handoff to the replacement system, eliminating unintended outages and lost functionality that often accompanies this process.
Absolutely. EAGLE6 is adaptive to any system or technology. In fact, we recently ingested and parsed MUMPS, a technology developed in the mid-1960s for the healthcare industry and adopted by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
EAGLE6 never reproduces any database. EAGLE6 simply constructs the architecture of your systems and links them with other systems and business processes.
Yes. EAGLE6 can evaluate your enterprise for compliance with established rules and standards and help guide you through remediation efforts. In fact, EAGLE6 has dashboards that focus on a clearer understanding of your overall health and wellness across the enterprise.
Not at all. EAGLE6 automates many processes currently performed manually and requires very limited support. Once installed and stood-up, users of all levels of technical sophistication will be able to interact with EAGLE6’s intuitive interfaces.
Yes. EAGLE6 makes it easy for you to customize your experience by prioritizing what you see and what gets reported.