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File integrity monitoring is a key component of any information security program. Changes to configurations, files, and file attributes across the network are common, but the few that impact file or configuration integrity can be hidden within a large volume of daily changes. These changes can also reduce security posture and in some cases may be leading indicators of a breach in progress. Values monitored for unexpected changes to files or configuration items include credentials, privileges and security settings, content, core attributes and size, hash values, and configuration values. Several compliance regulations require file integrity monitoring, including PCI DSS, HIPAA, and NERC SIP.