The Dos and Don’ts of File Integrity Monitoring (FIM)


Thursday, June 29 @ 1 PM ET | 12 PM CT | 10 AM PT


File integrity monitoring (FIM) is a critical security control that is now part of most major cybersecurity compliance regulations such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). FIM helps organizations maintain a strong security posture by detecting and alerting them to potential threats in real-time, allowing for rapid response and mitigation. It captures granular change details of critical system files, configurations, and content to ensure they have not been tampered with, altered, or compromised. FIM answers questions like who made the change, when it happened, whether it was authorized, and how it impacts compliance. Advanced FIM solutions can monitor more than just files and provide additional context to the change data to help your team focus on what matters.

During this live webinar, cybersecurity experts from Fortra’s Tripwire and Cybersecurity Insiders will delver into the benefits of FIM, integrity monitoring tactics to avoid, and best practices that can help you keep security and compliance in harmony. You will learn expert tips on using FIM to:

• Harness the power of FIM to bolster security and achieve streamlined, continuous compliance
• Monitor devices outside your standard platforms
• Uncover hidden attack paths, including those through API Gateways, WAFs, and more
• Execute time-saving scripts on monitored assets uncover potential attack paths, including through existing systems like API Gateways, WAFs, etc.

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