File Integrity Monitoring and Its Role in Meeting Compliance

When’s the last time someone made an unauthorized change to your system files?

To answer this and other important security questions, as well as to meet many compliance requirements, you first need to have file integrity monitoring. In case you aren’t familiar with the term, file integrity monitoring (sometimes abbreviated to FIM) is the method for knowing exactly when and how your files are being changed at any moment in time. This includes critical system files, configuration files, and content files.

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