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SANS Webcast: Reducing Federal Systems Risk with the SANS 20 Critical Controls
Learn from industry experts how to apply the SANS 20 Critical Security Controls for a successful federal cyber defense strategy.
Foundational Controls Buyer's GuideLearn how to build a solid foundation for your security and compliance programs.
Foundational Controls: The Key to Defending Against CyberattacksEffectively protect your organization using basic security controls.
Security Execs, It's Time We Had the Integrity TalkGiven the challenges facing those responsible for securing enterprise computing environments, there is no better time to have the integrity talk.
Foundational Controls Survey
Designing the Foundations of a Secure OrganizationFoundational Controls may not sound like the appealing subject in IT, but arguably they’re the most critical. And for good reason. Quite simply, without fundamental controls in place and accurate knowledge of what is on your network, your organization will find it incredibly difficult to manage a breach and effectively remediate.
Join Amar Singh, CEO & Founder of Cyber Management Alliance, and David Mckissick, Senior Systems Engineer at Tripwire, for a discussion on design the foundations of a secure organization.
Threat Prevention is Foundational
Community BankWith most financial institutions ranking security as a top-level concern, banks are seeking ways to protect their IT infrastructure against threats such as data breaches or hacking incidents. Banks are also subject to strict industry standards and…
Sustaining SOX Compliance Through Automation
Learn best practices to mitigate risk, automate compliance and reduce costs.
PCI 3.2 and the Coming Regulation Storm
PCI 3.2 and the CIS Critical Security Controls
The PCI DSS and the Center for Internet Security's Critical Security Controls (CIS Controls) offer substantial overlap. Learn how PCI’s six Objectives and 12 Requirements map to the Controls, and how Tripwire’s award-winning solutions can help you achieve compliance with the former while covering many of the latter—including the critical first four.