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Tanium Integrity Monitor

Efficiently monitor file and registry changes, simplify compliance at scale.

Tanium Integrity Monitor employs speed, visibility and control to deliver comprehensive registry and file integrity monitoring at scale.

Greater complexity limits compliance effectiveness

Tanium Integrity Monitor reduces the complexity of regulatory compliance.

Continuous, comprehensive enterprise-scale monitoring

Monitor and record registry and file events across operating systems, applications and log files.

Improved efficiency and automation

Automate labeling of events to improve workflow.

Compliance ready

Help solve file integrity monitoring for regulatory compliance and common standards.

Tanium client recorder

The Client Recorder Extension monitors the endpoint kernel and other low-level subsystems to capture a variety of events. As events occur, the Tanium Recorder captures a comprehensive, easy-to-interpret history of the who, what, when, where and how.

Multi-operating systems support

Tanium Integrity Monitor supports Windows, Linux, Solaris and AIX operating systems, incorporating them into an integrated workflow and reporting structure.

Dynamic data review and classification

Investigate recent events and perform follow-up or drill-down actions with ease. Automatically label or categorize events using rules, defined criteria or event information in order to improve the signal-to-noise ratio and reduce false positives.

Tanium value metrics

Through comprehensive and real-time analytical insights about their devices, Tanium helps organizations measurably improve IT hygiene, employee productivity and operational efficiencies while reducing risk, complexity and costs.

Mean number of unexpected change events per endpoint

Are all system changes approved by administrators? The mean number of unexpected events per endpoint shows unauthorized. It helps ensure critical systems or applications are only changed by administrators.

Expected vs. unexpected change events

Where are unexpected change events happening? Expected vs. unexpected change events let you know the frequency of unapproved changes and set goals for infrastructure management.

Mean time to investigate unexpected change

How long does it take to investigate an unexpected change? The faster an unexpected change is investigated, the less risk it poses to an organization. The mean time to investigate an unexpected change shows how fast you’re responding.

Integrity Monitor server coverage

Are your network servers in compliance? Integrity Monitor server coverage shows the percentage of your servers where monitoring capabilities are deployed, helping to ensure you meet regulatory compliance requirements.

The Power of Certainty™

Experience complete visibility over all your endpoints and perform large-scale actions within minutes from the cloud, right now.