Tripwire is a leading provider of integrity assurance solutions that drive security, compliance and operational excellence. As the inventor of file integrity monitoring (FIM), Tripwire has a 20-year history of innovation. Tripwire’s award-winning portfolio includes configuration management, file integrity management, asset discovery, vulnerability management and log collection.
Stop Attacks, Upgrade Operations and Prove Compliance:
- Monitor system integrity: Tripwire’s industry-leading FIM detects changes on assets across your enterprise, from on-premise data center to public cloud, and remediate them to a known and trusted state. Know who changed your systems with Tripwire Enterprise FIM.
- Manage network vulnerabilities: Discover and profile all assets on your network with Tripwire IP360. Minimize manual effort through integration with your existing tools and processes. Get complete asset discovery with Tripwire’s easy system remediation.
- Automate regulatory compliance: Reduce audit workload by leveraging the most extensive policy library in the industry. Automate workflows to achieve and maintain compliance over time with monitoring, audit evidence and reports.
- Maximize operations uptime: Detect, audit and validate changes across your network to flag unauthorized changes for investigation, reduce unplanned work and speed up MTTR when incidents occur.
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One of the biggest concerns of any cybersecurity analyst is whether or not they will be able to stop an attack before it can do any damage. That said, making sense of the flood of alerts is, in itself, a time-consuming task. As networks become more complex and malicious attacks become more advanced, it can become difficult to hit your incident response targets. With the right network security tools, however, your organization very quickly can detect, prioritize and remediate threats.
Online shopping has become so popular that it has contributed to the fall of once giant businesses like Sears. But beneath the convenience of ordering goods at home is a mammoth cybersecurity problem that affects millions of users every year. You may think shopping on sites like Amazon and eBay is completely safe – but it’s not. Hackers can get your credit card information if your passwords are weak. Attackers can send malware to your PC as you shop. Ebay has a poor reputation of harboring criminals.
If you operate an industrial network, you know that it is important to recognize operational errors and malicious changes as fast as possible to prevent unsafe and costly conditions from emerging. But achieving this goal requires you to be able to ingest enormous volumes of data and reduce this to an actionable volume of events that indicate the presence of a problem. You don’t have days to get this done. You need an answer in a matter of minutes.
We are working hard adding features to our new Tripwire for DevOps service, initially announced at BlackHat 2018. If you are a loyal State of Security follower, last you read we added Auditing for Amazon Machine Images (aka AMIs). Today, we are introducing CIS policy compliance auditing for Docker images. Tripwire for DevOps allows you to evaluate your Docker Images to check for policy compliance at build time.
Tripwire for DevOps continues to add new features and capabilities. The newest of these is the ability to perform vulnerability scans against Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) in the same Tripwire for DevOps workflow used for your Docker containers. This blog will discuss the creation of AMIs and how to audit them for vulnerabilities within Tripwire for DevOps.
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In this on-demand webcast, guest presenter Mike Chaney, who supports the DHS, National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC), and David Meltzer, Tripwire CTO, will share best practices to reduce the likelihood and severity of incidents that may significantly compromise the security and resilience of the critical infrastructure.
Did you know that Tripwire is now in the cloud? That it can help you have great security with small teams? Or that it can share data between systems for a more holistic security picture? If not, it’s time to get in the know.
MITRE is a not-for-profit organization that operates federally-funded research and development centers. Their ATT&CK framework is a useful cybersecurity model illustrating how adversaries behave and explaining the tactics you should use to mitigate risk and improve security. ATT&CK stands for “adversarial tactics, techniques and common knowledge.”
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Tripwire Enterprise evaluates your systems to ensure compliance with security standards like PCI, NIST, CIS and ISO. It works with over 800 policy and platform combinations and allows you to create new policy content based on your organizational standards. Clear and understandable dashboarding provides visualization for compliance stakeholders. Watch this video for a demonstration of fast, accurate SCM in action with Tripwire Enterprise.