McAfee Integrity Control

McAfee Integrity Control blocks unauthorized applications and change on fixed-function, point-of-service infrastructures, including ATMs, point-of-sale (POS) systems, and kiosks. Combining industry-leading whitelisting and change control technology, Integrity Control prevents out-of-policy changes while still allowing updates from authorized sources. It boosts control over change policies and


Block unauthorized applications and change attempts Ensure that only approved software runs on the point-of-service infrastructure, without imposing additional operational overhead. McAfee Integrity Control easily blocks unauthorized, vulnerable, or maliciou applications that can compromise the security of critical systems.
Link change protection to policy Verify changes against the source, time window, or approved change ticket. Changes attempted outside of policy are blocked, and the attempt is logged and sent as an alert to administrators, reducing outages and compliance violations.
Monitor file integrity and file changes Check files and directories for changes to content, permissions, or both. Integrity Control provides continuous file integrity monitoring, essential for testing and verifying the security of an environment and meeting critical compliance requirements, including PCI DSS. It delivers comprehensive information about every change, including the user and the program used to make the change.
Centralize deployment and management through McAfee ePO Get seamless integration with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) software to ease deployment, management, and reporting. The single McAfee ePO console consolidates security and compliance management, lowering TCO.


  • Comprehensive change policy enforcement
  • Viable security for fixed-function devices
  • Centralized deployment and management
  • An efficient, transparent solution.

Major Market

The devices need to protect against security risks, the solution reduces support costs by eliminating the need for anti-virus software and constant updates. And, with specific support for a wide range of vertical markets. These devices run thousands of existing applications ranging from small to high end including

  • Advanced Set-top Boxes
  • Self-checkout devices
  • Point-of-sale terminals
  • Handheld devices in retail stores
  • Medical Equipment’s
  • ATMs in Banks
  • Gaming Devices
  • Home Automation Gateways
  • Industrial Controls
  • Intelligent Appliances
  • Multimedia Internet Devices
  • Digital Signage
  • Mobile Point of Service
  • Monitoring Devices
  • Multi-Function Printers
  • Networked Media Devices
  • Thin Clients
  • Kiosks
  • Servers

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