Automated Remediation Through Intelligent Change Management
Your hosted IT infrastructure can experience thousands of changes a day to files and configurations. But identifying the few changes that may reduce security posture, or indicate a breach in progress, can be like finding a needle in a haystack. DataBank’s File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) service not only determines whether or not the integrity of a file has been compromised, it also indicates whether the change requires immediate attention, and provides guidance on how to return the system to a known secure state.
Detecting Change, Enabling Compliance
The File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) platform uses intelligent agents to continuously capture change details in real-time and use those details to determine the security risk or non-compliance. And it reduces signal-to-noise ratio of change reporting by utilizing multiple methods of determining low-risk change from high-risk change, enabling you to focus on those that threaten compliance.
- Comprehensive Coverage: Monitors a wide rage of configurations and file types across your hosted IT infrastructure including registry files, configuration files, executables, file and directory permissions, tables, indexes, stored procedures and more.
- Compliance Management: Helps your organization meet compliance requirements, including FedRAMP, PCI-DSS, and HIPAA/HITECH through policy management and continuous configuration assessment to include policy customization, wavier and exception management, automated remediation options, and prioritized policy scoring with thresholds, weights, and severities.
- Fully-Managed: Intelligent technology managed by DataBank’s knowledgable security staff means your team doesn’t need to worry about yet another security system.
- Remediation Enablement: Provides built-in guidance to IT security and compliance teams to repair drifted, misaligned security configurations while retaining role-based management and sign-offs for quick and efficient return of systems to a compliant and production-ready state.