From now on verinice is available in version 1.7.0. Main changes are:
ISO 27001:2013 / IT Baseline-Catalog, 13th Addition
The standards ISO / IEC 27001:2013 and the IT-Baseline Catalog with its 13th supplemental set are available in the most recent versions.
Direct import for file structures
verinice can now import entire subtrees from the file system into the database in a single action. Folder structures are also listed, files create appropriate objects and are imported simultaneously as attachments. Existing policies or audit evidence can be quickly and simply transferred into the database. The import can also create connections between objects, e.g. map the relationship between policies and the controls described therein.
Consolidate with links
A new consolidation function for IS Assessments makes it possible to transfere existing audit results to surveillance audits. Existing linkages such as to central directives and other objects are taken into acount. This feature facilitates the continuous checking of information security through the acquisition of past findings and the evidence as a starting point for a new audit .
Web service for Importing File Attachments
Other applications are now able to import attachments automatically using the web service. For example, reports from OpenVAS / Greenbone-GSM can be created automatically in the verinice database and the original reports are stated as well as reference.
A new report for verinice.PRO users shows tasks in the system that are assigned using workflows. Thus, the processing status of each task, the person responsible and the time frames are visible and make it a lot easier to track tasks at hand.
Manuals are available in English now. These include:
- verinice.PRO installation under CentOS and RHEL
- Installation of the verinice.PRO Appliance
- Quick reference for the verinice. Report Designer (vDesigner)