Protect your organization’s critical files, wherever they’re stored. Alert on malware-related registry changes, improper access of confidential files, and theft of sensitive data.
Continuously monitor all files. Easily see who has changed what.
Pivot from a file access or change to a specific user. View a full timeline of their activity, including both FIM and other behavior information.
Selectively monitor file views, modifications and deletions, and modifications, as well as group, owner and permissions changes.
Alarm on an unauthorized change to sensitive files and registry settings, whether caused by an attack or a change management error.
Alert on anomalous user activity related to important files. Reduce false positives by corroborating with other data.
Configure FIM to protect your files and intellectual property using out-of-the-box policies for many common applications.
Get FIM as an embedded part of LogRhythm’s Endpoint Monitoring & Forensics solution, a lightweight agent that also provides activity monitoring and process monitoring.
Endpoint Monitoring & Forensics is an integrated component of our Threat Lifecycle Management Platform, helping you gain pervasive visibility and reduce your total cost of ownership.
You need to know if an attacker installs malware on your point-of-sale systems in an attempt to begin exfiltrating cardholder data.
Detect POS infiltration as soon as it begins by alerting on malware-related registry changes.
You spend significant time collecting data and creating reports for compliance audits (e.g., PCI DSS and HIPAA).
Generate reports on file access and other user activity rapidly. Give compliance auditors the data the need in the format they require.
You need to mitigate user-based threats to privileged files (e.g., payroll files) from both insiders and outsiders.
Enrich your User & Entity Behavior Analytics with FIM data to identify users with anomalous file access behavior. See all that a user does before and after unusual access behavior.
A server has been improperly accessed and you need to know if sensitive files have been leaked.
Secure a complete set of forensic data to rapidly identify the cause and scope of the security incident.