Compliance Management FAQs

Anuta ATOM’s auto-remediation feature enables you to define remediation action to be taken on a rule violation. The ATOM correlation engine monitors and validates all rules continuously. ATOM notifies and alerts administrators on any violation through email, slack notifications, dashboard alerts or any other predefined means. ATOM can also preview the suggested fixes.

ATOM’s compliance policy builder enables the administrator to define and standardize configurations. Administrator can also provide actions to be taken in case of any violation to the baseline configuration. ATOM reports non-compliance and suggests fixes to be applied to resolve violations. On approval, ATOM can run the fixes and maintain configuration sanity.

ATOM provides an easy and extensible framework to define and segment compliance policies. You can define compliance rules for every device or a set of devices. ATOM allows you to group devices into resource pools. A separate compliance policy can be applied for each resource pool.

ATOM’s compliance framework is suitable for basic and advanced users. It comes pre-loaded with tens of popular compliance policies such as SNMP, clock, Day-0 and many more. These policies can be directly scheduled to enforce compliance in your network. ATOM also allows you to customize the policies as per your business requirements.

ATOM offers a profile setting, where all the different policies are grouped together into a single profile and the same can be applied to a device or device group or resource pool.

Yes, ATOM offers comprehensive audit reports after compliance checks. It offers a detailed network wide device level compliance status against the different policies. ATOM also supports remediation of non-compliant policies.