Tripwire

Portland, OR, USA
1997
  |  By Dilki Rathnayake
In the digital world, where countless users communicate, share data, and engage in diverse activities, determining the origin and actions behind these interactions can be quite challenging. This is where non-repudiation steps in. Coupling other security factors, such as delivery proof, identity verification, and a digital signature, creates non-repudiation. This guarantees that the parties involved in the transmission are unable to renounce the execution of an action.
  |  By Kirsten Doyle
As businesses transition to hybrid and multi-cloud setups, vulnerabilities arising from misconfigurations and security gaps are escalating, attracting attention from bad actors. In response, the US National Security Agency (NSA) issued a set of ten recommended mitigation strategies, published earlier this year (with support from the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency on six of the strategies).
  |  By Tripwire Guest Authors
The experience of seeing a doctor has transformed dramatically, thanks in part to the emergence of telemedicine. This digital evolution promises convenience and accessibility but brings with it a host of cybersecurity risks that were unimaginable up until a few years ago. The unique cybersecurity challenges facing telemedicine today underscore the importance of adopting stringent security measures to protect the sanctity of this vital service.
  |  By Gary Hibberd
I’m always surprised – and a little disappointed – at how far we have to go before supply chain cybersecurity gets the respect and attention it deserves. I sat down this week with a new client who wanted some help addressing several internal issues surrounding their IT systems. When I asked them about their relationship with the supplier – essentially, how was their supply chain cybersecurity? - their response was not only worrying but, unfortunately, quite typical.
  |  By Graham Cluley
Police have successfully infiltrated and disrupted the fraud platform "LabHost", used by more than 2,000 criminals to defraud victims worldwide. A major international operation, led by the UK's Metropolitan Police, has seized control of LabHost, which has been helping cybercriminals create phishing websites since 2021 to steal sensitive information like passwords, email addresses, and bank details.
  |  By Josh Breaker-Rolfe
Cybersecurity has always been a complex field. Its adversarial nature means the margins between failure and success are much finer than in other sectors. As technology evolves, those margins get even finer, with attackers and defenders scrambling to exploit them and gain a competitive edge. This is especially true for AI.
  |  By Emily Newton
Generative AI has exploded in popularity across many industries. While this technology has many benefits, it also raises some unique cybersecurity concerns. Securing AI must be a top priority for organizations as they rush to implement these tools. The use of generative AI in manufacturing poses particular challenges. Over one-third of manufacturers plan to invest in this technology, making it the industry's fourth most common strategic business change.
  |  By Michael Betti
Security configurations are an often ignored but essential factor in any organization’s security posture: any tool, program, or solution can be vulnerable to cyberattacks or other security incidents if the settings are not configured correctly. Staying on top of all of these security configurations can be a daunting responsibility for security or IT teams to focus on, which is where security configuration management (SCM) comes in.
  |  By Josh Breaker-Rolfe
In the first quarter of every year, organizations around the world release reports summing up data breach trends from the previous twelve months. And every year, these reports say broadly the same thing: data breach numbers have gone up again. This year is no different. Or is it?
  |  By Michael Betti
The number of endpoints in an organization often exceeds the number of employees. Managing these often disparate entities is more than a full-time job. Moreover, keeping them secure is equally difficult, yet securing all of your endpoints against cyber threats has become paramount for organizations worldwide. A common oversight that undermines these security efforts is the misconception about data volume versus the necessity for comprehensive data collection.
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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.
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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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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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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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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Learn how Log Management can complement SIEM, Security Analytics and Big Data tools within your organization.
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Establish and sustain the Four Essential Pillars of Federal Cybersecurity
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How to introduce security without losing the benefits of containers.
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Learn best practices to mitigate risk, automate compliance and reduce costs.
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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.