5 Best Practices for HPE NonStop File Integrity Monitoring

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File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) is a foundational requirement for security compliance frameworks to help identify unexpected or malicious activity across critical system files, diagnose unwanted or inadvertent changes, and shut down attacks before they have a chance to cause damage and disruption.

Organizations that collect and process credit card transactions and payments data must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requirements 10.5.5 and 11.5 that state organizations must make efforts to monitor file modifications and ensure the integrity of critical logs from within their Cardholder Data Environment (CDE).

On HPE NonStop servers, XYGATE SecurityOne (XS1) monitors and alerts when key files, objects, or system configurations are viewed, deleted, modified or ownership has changed. XS1 identifies who made the change and if the change put the system at risk or violated policy.

This intelligent form of real-time integrity monitoring simplifies monitoring activity and helps meet the strictest of compliance requirements while reducing noise generated by unnecessary alerts. Your resources are focused on the most critical security events.

Join XYPRO Technology’s Chief Product Officer & CISO, Steve Tcherchian, and Solutions Delivery Specialist, William Ferrara, as we demonstrate the Top 5 HPE NonStop File Integrity Monitoring use Cases.

 

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About Steve Tcherchian 9 Articles

Steve Tcherchian, CISSP, PCI-ISA, PCIP is the Chief Product Officer and Chief Information Security Officer for XYPRO Technology. Steve is on the ISSA CISO Advisory Board, the NonStop Under 40 executive board and part of the ANSI X9 Security Standards Committee. With over 20 years in the cybersecurity field, Steve is responsible for strategy and innovation of XYPRO’s security product line as well as overseeing XYPRO’s risk, compliance and security to ensure the best experience to customers in the Mission-Critical computing marketplace.

Steve is an engaging and dynamic speaker who regularly presents on cybersecurity topics at conferences around the world.

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