Sicura Console
  1. Introduction
  2. Installation
  3. RPM Installation
  4. Container Installation
  5. Upgrades
  6. Running Sicura Console
  7. Configuration - Accounts
  8. Configuration - Database
  9. Configuration - Collector
  10. Configuration - Security
  11. Configuration - Plugins
  12. Sidebar - Administration
  13. Sidebar - Infrastructure
  14. Sidebar - Reports
  15. Commands
  16. Known Issues
  17. How To - Enforce compliance
  18. How To - Compliance profile tailoring and customization

RPM Installation

Note: Sicura Console cannot be installed on the same system as a Sicura Enterprise installation. It must be installed on a separate, independent system, or you will experience issues.

  1. Obtain a License Key

    • The Sicura Enterprise repositories require a valid license key in order to install or upgrade any enterprise packages, including Sicura Enterprise and Sicura Console. Once you have received your license key file from your account executive, copy or create it as a new file named /etc/sicura/license.key on the server where you are installing the Sicura Console.
  2. Install the Sicura Release Enterprise Package

    • The Sicura Release package provides the Sicura Enterprise Yum repository configuration and GPG keys needed to install Sicura Enterprise packages.

    For EL7 systems:

       yum install

    For EL8 systems:

       yum install
  3. Install the Sicura Console Package

    • Install the sicura-console package via yum.

      yum install sicura-console
  4. Modify the Configuration File

    • Add database connection details
    • Configure additional settings

All configuration settings are stored in the /etc/sicura/sicura-console.yaml file.

See the Configuration pages in the navigation bar for details on the available settings.

NOTE: Sicura Console currently supports both .yaml and .yml file extensions for the config file.

DEPRECATION WARNING: Sicura Console will move towards only supporting .yaml for all config files in a future release.

  1. Enable/Start the Service
systemctl start sicura-console