Tripwire Enterprise (TE) is at its heart a baselining engine. It’s been built to take information, create a baseline of it, and show when that baseline has changed. (It’s called a “version” in TE terms.) TE starts with a baseline version designated by …Read More To Detect or Not to Detect, Is that the Question?
As we know, Tripwire Enterprise (TE) is the de-facto go-to solution for File Integrity Monitoring (FIM). In normal operations, we deploy a TE agent to a system we want to monitor. TE then uses that agent to baseline the system against the appropriate r…Read More Agentless Monitoring with Tripwire Enterprise: What You Need to Know
Where were you when you first heard about the SolarWinds breach? It’s not unusual for information security professionals to learn about a breach. Keeping track of the news is part of the job. The SolarWinds attack, however, was different for two primar…Read More Securing Your Supply Chain with CIS and Tripwire
The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security performs evaluations on common IT products and releases a report called “Common Criteria Certification.” This process allows for organizations to review an evaluation without needing to set up and configure an IT …Read More Common Criteria Certification: What Is It, and What Does It Mean for Tripwire Enterprise?
The North American Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection (NERC CIP) Standards are a cybersecurity compliance framework designed to protect utility organizations. Adhering to these guidelines is essential—falling short will…Read More 4 Steps for Assessing Your NERC CIP Compliance Program