File integrity Monitoring (FIM) for Comprehensive Integrity Management

FIM isn't just for files anymore. File integrity monitoring describes a very specific set of capabilities, often associated with meeting compliance requirements. But it's also become shorthand for a broader application of integrity. 


Shifting language can be difficult, but it’s more appropriate to talk about Integrity Management in regards to today’s technology landscape. Integrity Management provides an umbrella approach to managing risk in an environment. There are four basic steps to ensuring integrity:

  • Secure deployment
  • System baseline
  • Change monitoring
  • Change remediation

This white paper will help you broaden your understanding of integrity beyond data. Not only is integrity foundational—Integrity Management just might be the way to make information security successful. Complete the form to the right to download your copy and learn more.