Welcome to the SteelCloud Community Access Portal

This is your one-stop-shop for training, software/content downloads, community discussion, and idea submission!



Explore a Variety of our Training and Self-Help Materials.

Start Learning!



Join one of our discussion forums to speak with either our staff or other users about your experience with the SteelCloud Products.

Join the Discussion!



Submit ideas for the product directly to our staff!

Submit your Ideas!

Recent Blogs List

  • How integrating CKL, eMASS and SIEM with automation is the solution Identifying Targets for eMASS automation There are four significant areas that automation can be applied to provide real advantage to the operationalization of cyber compliance within the DoD. Automate and reduce the effort/errors ...

  • How eMASS Automation Unites the Missing Security Compliance Data eMASS, or the Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service, was developed by the DoD, in part, as a repository that unites technical/machine data generated from endpoint scans with the human/non-technical data documented by security/IA ...

  • We are aware of the Log4J zero-day vulnerability that has been recently given the descriptor “Log4Shell”. Log4j, developed by the Apache Software Foundation, is a Java-based logging framework which can be utilized for web and server applications. ConfigOS does not use Log4j and is not susceptible ...

  • We have just released version 2.8.1 AND 2.8.2 of Command Center! We wanted to make sure that everyone is aware of the newest features and enhancements that you can expect once you download the latest update! Command Center 2.8.1 - New Features Improved Security A user will not be able to log ...

  • System drift and how to prevent IT environments from becoming vulnerable. How best to analyze system drift between your application control policy rules and the applications that run in your environment. Depending on the severity of the drift, there could be a significant risk to the organization. ...

  • On July 23rd, DISA dropped the latest batch of STIGs. As some of you may have noticed, there was an update to the complete number schema and a new method used for creating RuleIDs included in this update. This is different from the previous numbering changes that occurred last summer/fall. Here’s ...

Quick Links

Unanswered Posts

Log in to see this information

Either the content you're seeking doesn't exist or it requires proper authentication before viewing.


Featured News & Blogs