ARCON Secure Compliance Management Overview

What is ARCON Secure Compliance Management?

ARSIM – a risk, security and Information Management tool - is used for automated risk assessment and analysis. It enables a central repository of all IT risks and associated controls, automates information flow for risk assessments, provides aides for initiating necessary actions. These features ensure timely and efficient mitigation of risks. ARSIM Framework includes robust and scalable architecture, that is highly customizable, provides web and windows based user interfaces. It’s powerful connectors and agents work across technologies with several servers and databases.

ARCON Secure Compliance Management is also known as ARCON ARSIM, ARCON SCM.

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ARCON Secure Compliance Management Customers
RAK Bank, AXIS Bank, Reliance Capital, Kotak Life Insurance, MTS
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SANJAI GBOSCO
Enterprise Technology Head at MANTRA TECHNOLOGIES
Real User
Offers excellent on-premises security and has good support

What is our primary use case?

We are one of the biggest security implementation and solution partners in Uganda. We work with multiple vendors, including Splunk, Fortinet, Check Point, Palo Alto, ARCON, Rapid Server, and Tenable. These are all our vendor partners. We work with different solutions for different kinds of customers and requirements. One of the PAM, privileged access management and identity management solutions our customers have been using was CyberArk, which they were not very happy with. We moved them over to solutions like Thycotic or ARCON. That is what we are working on. These are public sector… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "The support for ARCON ARSIM is very good."
  • "As for what can be improved, definitely pricing. Customers look for pricing and ARCON is a little more expensive than Thycotic. So the pricing model could be improved."

What other advice do I have?

I would definitely advise anyone to look at it, it is a good product. Quite stable and scalable. It has its own strengths compared to other solutions and it does its job well. Thycotic has other strengths for other kinds of requirements. For the requirements that we looked into, ARCON met the customer's needs. On a scale of 1 to 10, I'd rate ARCON ARSIM an eight. As a product, its technicality is good. There's nothing more that we could recommend. I'm just saying if you look at the complexity of implementation, it's not that it is hard, but unless you know how you cannot implement it properly…
Paresh-Makwana
Director at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Real User
Very user friendly, there are not a lot of clicks and buttons

Pros and Cons

  • "It is very user friendly. There are not a lot of clicks and buttons. The tool helps me with the installations. The user can do the installation rather than having a technical guide. I also like the browsing stream. It has a good dashboard."
  • "I would love to have all the products. Currently they have all the server operating systems and network operating systems but they should have all the other devices also included, like security devices. That's what I think is missing. They should also improve the license audit part. If I want to do a license audit from this tool, I'm not able to do it right now."

What other advice do I have?

I would rate it an eight out of ten. In the next release, there should be a license audit. They should be able to do the license audit seamlessly. A lot of software tries to plug-in and we need to do that as well. The governance also needs improvement. We want more details like AI and the ability to scan things in.