Tripwire

Portland, OR, USA
1997
  |  By Joseph Chukwube
How can an organization prepare to be cyber-resilient in 2024? The major trends to look out for seem to focus mainly on AI. While the rise of generative AI indeed poses challenges, executives should be cautious not to miss other critical trends that will shape the cybersecurity landscape this year.
  |  By John Salmi
Much has been made of cyber resilience in recent years. And with good reason: failing to bounce back quickly from a security event can have dramatic financial consequences. In early 2023, Royal Mail took several days to recover from a Lockbit cyberattack, losing upwards of £10 million in the process. However, for all the talk about resilience, the industry seems to be overlooking one of its fundamental tenets: risk management. It is, perhaps, understandable that we overlook risk management.
  |  By Josh Breaker-Rolfe
Artificial intelligence (AI) has a long and storied history. Ancient Greeks, for example, told stories of Talos, an enormous automaton that stood guard over Crete’s shores. In the 17th century, Gottfried Leibniz, Thomas Hobbes, and René Descartes explored the possibility that all rational thought could be as systematic as algebra or geometry.
  |  By Josh Breaker-Rolfe
In early April this year, the UK's Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) released its Cybersecurity Breaches Survey 2024. It provides a comprehensive overview of the UK's cybersecurity landscape, exploring the different cyberattacks and cybercrimes businesses, charities, and private sector educational instructions face, the impacts on these organizations, and how they respond. The report is a valuable resource for the cybersecurity community.
  |  By Dan Jamison
When you think of the cybersecurity "CIA" triad of Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability, which one of those is most important to your organization? While the answer may vary by season for your organization, there is no argument that they are all equally vital sides of that CIA triangle, and each deserves the correct level of care and attention.
  |  By Kirsten Doyle
Cybersecurity is more important than ever. With a skyrocketing number of cyber threats and data breaches, organizations are always on the lookout for ways to strengthen their online defenses. However, one major obstacle the cybersecurity sector faces is a lack of diversity and representation of women. According to Cybersecurity Ventures research, only a quarter (25%) of global cybersecurity jobs were held by women in 2022.
  |  By Graham Cluley
Law enforcement agencies worldwide have coordinated to take down one of the world’s largest hacker forums, scoring a victory against cybercrime. BreachForums, a notorious marketplace for stolen data, was seized by the authorities on Wednesday, according to a message on its website.
  |  By Wade Barisoff
File integrity monitoring (FIM) and endpoint detection and response (EDR) are two cybersecurity solutions that are often foundational aspects of organizations’ security strategies. EDR is implemented in order to stop known and unknown threats at endpoints, often with advanced functions such as behavioral monitoring and analysis, antivirus protection, and threat response capabilities.
  |  By Katrina Thompson
“When the cat’s away, the mouse will play,” the old adage goes. Filings to anti-fraud non-profit Cifas would support that claim, as Insider Threat Database (ITD) reports rose by 14% this past year and are largely attributable to hard-to-monitor work-from-home employees mixed with “increasing financial pressures.” The report details further incidents of dishonest behavior as recorded this year by the UK’s National Fraud Database (NFD).
  |  By Josh Breaker-Rolfe
Cybercriminals are notoriously tricky to pin down. They are experts in obfuscation and misdirection, masters of avoiding consequences. Not since the early days of the Wild West have criminals managed to evade capture and maintain anonymity as effectively as modern cybercriminals do. Part of the reason for these staggeringly low conviction rates is that we usually have little idea of what country an attacker is in.
  |  By Tripwire
Tripwire Enterprise provides powerful integrity monitoring at your fingertips. Discover six ways Fortra's Tripwire Enterprise can help you uplevel your security and compliance program.
  |  By Tripwire
Check out the on-demand recording of our first Tripwire/Belden Industrial Security Pub Talk. You'll hear a panel of industry experts weigh in on questions.
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Join cybersecurity experts Tim Erlin and Dr. Ed Amoroso for a on-demand discussion around the current ransomware threat landscape and techniques you can use to stay a step ahead of ransomware attacks.
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Join Anthony Israel Davis as he looks at how compliance compliments a security program, the differences between security and compliance, and tips for how you can build a program that is both secure and audit-ready
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Join Tripwire’s Mike Betti and Brian Cusack a panel webcast where they walk you through common use cases to show how worthwhile an investment in the 20 CIS Controls can be.
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Let us help you sharpen your Tripwire Enterprise operational know-how with this session of the Tripwire Tips and Tricks: Change Reconciliation. Sales engineer Mike Betti will teach you how it can be used to.
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Tripwire Change Analyzer automates the verification and promotion of “known good” and business as usual changes that are the result of software updates, upgrades, and patches, saving IT organizations time, reducing human error, and increasing efficiency. Tripwire Change Analyzer also works in concert with Tripwire Enterprise to deliver alert notifications and granular details needed for rapid response when unexpected, unauthorized, or high-risk changes are detected. Check out this quick start tutorial video on how to get started with using Tripwire Change Analyzer.
  |  By Tripwire
Tripwire Change Analyzer automates the verification and promotion of “known good” and business as usual changes that are the result of software updates, upgrades, and patches, saving IT organizations time, reducing human error, and increasing efficiency. Tripwire Change Analyzer also works in concert with Tripwire Enterprise to deliver alert notifications and granular details needed for rapid response when unexpected, unauthorized, or high-risk changes are detected. Check out this quick start tutorial video on how to get started with using Tripwire Change Analyzer.
  |  By Tripwire
IT and OT environments are increasingly interconnected, presenting the need for cybersecurity specialists to secure devices across multiple landscapes. By collecting and contextualizing data across your environments, Tripwire can help to monitor your complex systems and achieve a more robust cybersecurity posture.
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In this episode, Ian Thornton-Trump, CISO at Cyjax, digests nation state's disinformation campaigns and the cybersecurity landscape. He also discusses the role disinformation on social media plays in cybersecurity.
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Learn how to use security File Integrity Monitoring effectively and strategically in your organization.
  |  By Tripwire
Achieving DevOps security is as much a cultural effort as it is a technical one, and quality gates present the perfect opportunity to bridge the gap. Because they function within the bounds of regular DevOps processes, tools that bake security into the CI/CD pipeline by way of quality gates are more likely to win DevOps teams over.
  |  By Tripwire
Learn how Log Management can complement SIEM, Security Analytics and Big Data tools within your organization.
  |  By Tripwire
Establish and sustain the Four Essential Pillars of Federal Cybersecurity
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How to introduce security without losing the benefits of containers.
  |  By Tripwire
Learn best practices to mitigate risk, automate compliance and reduce costs.
  |  By Tripwire
Your 10-point DevOps Aligning DevOps and security is more than a matter of getting the right tools in place-it requires a cultural overhaul, too. That means taking a holistic approach to security that makes room for extra training and communication, as well as security tools designed specifically for DevOps. checklist.
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Given the challenges facing those responsible for securing enterprise computing environments, there is no better time to have the integrity talk.
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Your 10-point DevOps security checklist.
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Building a Foundation for Cyber Integrity

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.

Protect against cyberattacks with the industry’s best foundational security controls. Detect threats, identify vulnerabilities, and harden configurations in real time with Tripwire.