7 Regulations Requiring File Integrity Monitoring for Compliance

Maintaining compliance can be a challenge with  limited budgets and resources.  Challenges by compliance and IT professionals include resource shortages, personal liability and regulatory change. 

In a world where the costs and efforts required to maintain full compliance are soaring rapidly, tools that simplify your efforts are a necessity. Real-time file integrity monitoring is a powerful compliance tool in today’s challenging regulatory environment.

In this blog, we provide insight on how file integrity monitoring software fits into seven common regulatory requirements and how it can help with fatigue and strained budgets.

1. PCI DSS

The Payment Card Industry Digital Security Standards (PCI DSS) council has worked since 2004 to regulate security activities of “anyone associated with payment cards.” If an organization “works with or is associated with cards”, it is required to comply with a designated level (there are 4 levels) of PCI requirements. (Read more…)

*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Cimcor Blog authored by Jacqueline von Ogden. Read the original post at: https://www.cimcor.com/blog/7-regulations-requiring-file-integrity-monitoring-for-compliance