ALTELL Management Module: Deployment and Management Tool
ALTELL Management Module is based on combination of ALTELL Secure BIOS, Intel AMT technology and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.
It is a centralized management and control system that is highly scalable and versatile.
ALTELL Management Module is a user friendly tool for deployment and maintenance of ALTELL TRUST.
ALTELL Management Module enables enhanced level of trust, high level of customization and operational flexibility by separating security, technical and administrative functions.
A unified management console provides means for centralized, control of firmware, software, monitoring and journaling of user activities. System analysis tools can be integrated by customer request.
ALTELL Management Module features
Separation of security and technical administering
Remote management of software and firmware
Security of communications
Hardware backdoors protection (Rakshasa etc)
Network and data protection from malicious insiders
ALTELL Management Module functionality
ALTELL Secure BIOS addresses security and manageability of all three devices profile classes commonly found on distributed networks:
Creation and updates to users lists;
User access to a specific device group(s);
Formation of a current user list. Ability to form arbitrary user and device lists;
Lifecycle management for users and PC collections;
Remote diagnostics tool for the client and server parts of the system;
Remote firmware update including the trusted boot module of ALTELL Secure BIOS;
Remote polling of the installed version of ALTELL Secure BIOS;
Support for different functional roles for system administrators (audit – read only, change only– no rights to add/delete users and administrators, full access, remote access);
Remote polling of the installed version of the OS and applications;
Priority of the remotely created lists over the locally created;
Journaling of the activities of users and administrators. Support for event cataloging based on pre-defined criteria;
Remote power on function to enable simultaneous centralized hardware and OS administering at multiple geographic locations. Use of Wake On LAN technology is explicitly prohibited. Only Intel AMT and technologies of similar functionality in regards to security and control are allowed.