Tripwire provides IT Security and Compliance Automation solutions that help businesses and public sector take control of their entire IT infrastructure. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Tripwire has operations in 15 countries around the world.
Tripwire offers an integrated solution through dynamic activity analysis: real-time analysis of activities as they’re collected across the infrastructure. Suspicious events harvested by log management tools can be immediately correlated with configuration changes detected through file integrity monitoring, creating a comprehensive security worldview.
Tripwire Enterprise: provides IT configuration control by combining real-time change detection, comprehensive configuration auditing, continuous IT compliance assessment, and rapid configuration remediation in a single product suite.
Tripwire Log Center: delivers continuous compliance and security in a single log and event management solution without the cost, complexity and bloat associated with traditional Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems.
How to buy
Contact Tripwire Australia: +61 261 084 675
50 Raffles Place, Suite 31
#37-00 Singapore Land Tower
Phone: +65 3158 0229
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