Enterprise Solutions

Log File Protection

Log Files are the monitoring tool to ensure that malicious actors have not tried to manipulate your system. But by changing and covering up these important files hackers cover their tracks going undetected.   With TFS, your log files are immutable and all changes are logged and recorded.  Thus making it impossible for hackers to cover their tracks. TFS stored files are immediately usable by many well known log file analyzers such as Splunk, Graylog and AWstats. 


TFS™ is purpose built for file integrity monitoring which is important for enterprise operational and compliance needs. Monitor any changes made to a file stored on TFS.  File integrity monitoring is customer configurable and can be output to a SIEM monitoring dashboard. Properly configured, TFS will help an organization achieve their objectives for such standards as:

  • PCI-DSS - Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. (Requirement 11.5)
  • SOX - Sarbanes-Oxley Act (Section 404)
  • NERC CIP Standard (CIP-010-2)
  • FISMA - Federal Information Security Management Act (NIST SP800-53). 
  • HIPPAA - (NIST 800-66). 
  • SANS Critical Security Controls (Control 3). 

Software Code Protection

Git, and other code configuration management tools, store their code and its delta’s on a file system.  After importing a Git repository and pointing git to your new TFS file system, all future updates are done on an immutable blockchain-based coding system, making it impossible for attackers to hide or manipulate your code.  Any code that runs mission critical operations should be protected using the Taekion TFS platform including any AI-based training data. 

Systems Config Protection

System configuration files are critical to your computer systems. Placing these important files on a TFS volume ensures that the configuration files are not susceptible to outside hackers.  In mission critical systems such as Defense, Electrical Grid, and Autonomous Vehicles, protecting the configuration files is extremely important to maintain information security. Data seen by a power system can be corrupted, including critical device settings (relays, switches, IEDs, etc.), configuration data, system-level settings and configurations, and network-level communications settings configuration data.