UAE’s Information Assurance Regulation – How to Achieve Compliance

For years, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has committed itself to adopting information technology (IT) and electronic communication. The UAE’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) noted that this policy has made the state’s ...
Travis Smith on Content for Cybersecurity Tools Like Tripwire Enterprise

The Importance of Content for Security Tools like Tripwire

Have you ever stood in the airport security line when the agents bring the dog out to inspect everyone’s luggage? I’m always so fascinated watching the dog go down the line and ...

Three New Ways Tripwire Enterprise Can Help Monitor Ephemeral Assets in Dynamic Cloud Environments

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility Moving applications and infrastructure to the cloud offers a degree of flexibility and scalability that can be a boon to almost any organization. Having continuous software ...

Best Practices for Using Tripwire Enterprise in Dynamic Environments – Part 1

Just a few years ago, most IT environments were made up of deployed servers on which personnel installed applications, oftentimes as many as that one system could handle. They then remained and ...

Catching Configuration Changes that Can Lead to Data Exposure

Amazon’s new security issue, which came to light just days before one of its biggest sale events of the year, is making recent headlines. And whilst it probably won’t stop the online ...

A ‘How To’ for Asset Tagging

The systems in your environment are extremely important assets. Storing intellectual property, customer information, financial information, business automation, etc. If any of these systems are breached or become unavailable, there is a ...

ITIL, Problem Management and Tripwire Enterprise

I’ve written about ITIL and Tripwire Enterprise, offering a secure approach to managing your Change Management processes, but ITIL’s guidelines offer more than just recommendations around ensuring changes happen as expected. Problem ...

Preventing ‘Unexpected Change Syndrome’ with Change Management

According to the Mayo Clinic, plaque in your arteries and inflammation are usually to blame for coronary artery disease. Left unchecked, plaque buildup narrows arteries, decreasing blood flow to your heart and ...