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To all you security Guru's at OCN. My company is looking to purchase a tool that will install an agent (or scan a device), create a baseline, and compare future results against that baseline (basically report back any changes made to the system). Then report back information of the organization as a whole (perhaps a dashboard of some-sort) with the ability to drill down and look at details of each machine.

We have a few thousand devices (Linux, Windows, OSX, CISCO, FOUNDRY, etc), so this tool will also have to work across many different platforms.

We were looking at Tripwire, but this seems sort-of expensive and geared more towards very large organizations.

Does anyone here have any suggestions, or encountered the same situation and came up with a solution?

Sorry for the long question, and thanks in advance!
    
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Let me get this straight. Your plan is to pentest thousands of devices with a piece of software?
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Kaseya has some of the features you mentioned built in, however it also does quite a few other things (patch management, antivirus, backups). I have Kaseya set to monitor all of my servers for any changes made. I also view weekly reports on various security and non security issues generated by the Kaseya agents.

http://www.kaseya.com/
    
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Kaseya has some of the features you mentioned built in, however it also does quite a few other things (patch management, antivirus, backups). I have Kaseya set to monitor all of my servers for any changes made. I also view weekly reports on various security and non security issues generated by the Kaseya agents.

http://www.kaseya.com/
That is more in-line to what I'm looking for. Monitoring/ensuring good security posture.

Kaseya sounds similar to Tripwire. Anyone else have any other ideas? I'd like a few more to bring to the Table.

Nessus might work but that name for whatever reason scares management rolleyes.gif
    
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Has anyone used splunk aka "splunk>"? I came across it in my research and I'm very interested in finding out more.
    
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