The Open Vulnerability and Assessment Language (OVAL) sets a baseline determining whether certain security issues exist on computer systems. The Kace K1000 permits the automation of these tests during customized intervals with reporting linked to Kace patch management and remediation.
Also present in the Kace K1000 (but not shown) are scanning modules for the Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP), which measures end-point security, and Federal Desktop Core Configuration (FDCC), detailing government regulations for securing Windows XP and Vista. There's also support for "secure browser" virtualized browsers, fully virtualized systems and remote client control through UltraVNC (bundled) and support for Remote Desktop, Dameware and Bomgar remote control tools.
Kace K1000 pricing starts at $8,900 including 100 managed modes and personalized introductory training.