In the face of constantly evolving threats and the acceleration of the way your organization delivers new business services, understanding when and where system changes have happened is critically important. Integrity monitoring can alert you when changes happen to key operating system and application files, as well as essential processes and ports.
Integrity monitoring detects unauthorized changes that introduce operational as well as security risks by identifying system incompatibilities and potential indicators of compromise (IOCs).
Key regulations and security frameworks like PCI-DSS, HIPAA, SANS Critical Security Controls, NIST, and others highlight integrity monitoring as an effective way to address mandatory security control requirements.
Trend Micro Deep Security, powered by XGen™, a blend of cross-generational threat defense techniques, delivers multiple server security capabilities, including integrity monitoring. With Deep Security, integrity monitoring makes it possible to detect any unplanned changes to critical systems, including suspicious activity when malicious software like ransomware is used to gain a foothold in the data center.
Helping to achieve and accelerate compliance with key regulations like PCI DSS and HIPAA, Deep Security’s integrity monitoring delivers: