In 2010 SysTrack was awarded the Certificate of Networthiness (CoN) by the U.S. Army
Network Enterprise Technology Command, indicating compliance with rigorous Department
of Defense standards for data security and privacy.
This enables government
to provide automated, comprehensive pre-virtualization analysis, assessment, modeling,
planning and end user experience management support for enterprises and data centers
while remaining compliant with U.S. military IT standards.
The CoN is required for all enterprise software products in the Army Enterprise
Infrastructure Network. The certification also applies to all National Guard, Army
Reserve and DoD organizations that use the Army Enterprise Infrastructure Network.
SysTrack collects a very limited set of information that directly involves any kind of
personally identifiable details, and all data collection of concern can be disabled on
demand. SysTrack doesn’t collect any user input, mouse clicks, or the content of any
documents or applications, and instead focuses only on the application execution level
to avoid potential for violation of privacy or IP concerns. User identifiable
information is strictly limited to username and group membership, and this
information gathering can be disabled and usage linked solely to the workstation.
This anonymization removes the ability to specifically identify individual users,
but allows for detailed load modeling and environment customization necessary for
design optimization. Presentation of the data can be further abstracted from user
details by group analysis that focuses on collections of systems without specific