CSA is Host-Based IDS/IPS while as Tripwire is a change management solution. This means, that CSA is not designed for monitoring changes in configuration files and is mainly designed for IDS/IPS purposes. Moreover, CSA is only limited to host protection and cannot be deployed on network devices, while Tripwire can monitor changes on both hosts and netwrok devices.
CSA is more than just a host-based IDS/IPS. Because it is a behavioral-based and can be centrally tuned to the specific requirements of the systems it is deployed, it can effectly monitor file integrity.
In the PCI Solution for Retail, CSA was installed on all of the central application servers and the In-Store POS servers. Cybertrust found it to be an effective solution that met the Host IDS and Host Application Firewall elements of the PCI DSS 1.1 guidelines.
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