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Regain Control over your IT environment with sophisticated FIM and SCM.
Tripwire has been delivering industry-leading security and compliance products for more than 20 years. As the pioneer of file integrity monitoring (FIM), Tripwire has played a foundational role in the cybersecurity industry. Today, Tripwire’s portfolio extends well beyond FIM to security configuration management (SCM), vulnerability management, and cloud security. With thousands of successful customer deployments covering millions of critical endpoints, Tripwire is a trusted partner for some of the world’s largest organizations.
Properly maintaining configuration parameters and identifying changes to your environment are amongst the most fundamental IT controls. They are also amongst the most difficult to achieve, requiring constant monitoring and validation.
This session will explore use cases to show how Tripwire can directly benefit your security, compliance, and IT operations by providing foundational controls that are essential for detecting cyber threats, responding in real-time and preventing against future attacks.
- FIM (File Integrity Monitoring) – Change detection systems can generate massive amounts of data, but do you have the ability to add business context to the change data to make it intelligible and actionable?
- SCM (Security Configuration Management) – How do you reduce your attack surface and decrease risk exposure with proper system hardening and continuous configuration monitoring? Can you maintain a secure baseline configuration and monitor assets for deviations, whilst automating and guiding security teams for rapid repair of non-compliant systems and misconfigurations?
- Security – do your security solutions extend seamlessly across a hybrid environment, allowing you to maintain unified security controls across physical, virtual, or multi-cloud environments?
- Integration – Have you got a smart and efficient security infrastructure? Are you able to integrate solutions, to become faster at detection, prevention and response?