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Hacking Point of Sale: Payment Application Architecture & Vulnerabilities

In order to understand all of the different types of threats that may break the payment application (PA), it is first necessary to learn about the internal structure of these systems. The details of concrete implementations may vary from vendor to vendor, but the main design principles remain closely similar due to the narrow specialization of such applications.

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Tripwire Enterprise and Puppet


With Puppet, customers can quickly gain Tripwire Enterprise value by automating the install of Tripwire Enterprise agents.

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Community Bank

Case Study

With 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…

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Tripwire IP360 App for Splunk Enterprise


Quickly and easily visualize the overall health of your IT environment with the right data and the business context around that data. Tripwire IP360 offers rich host and vulnerability intelligence data, and Splunk provides the means to visualize the data in easy-to-implement dashboards. The combined solution helps deliver unprecedented security visibility for continuous risk assessment, incident investigation and correlation with other data sources through a CIM-compliant Splunk App.

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Tripwire and GDPR: Achieve Compliance Using Foundational Controls

The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires organizations to take adequate measures to ensure the security and privacy of personal data of any European citizen. There are severe penalties for not complying with the standard. The deadline for compliance is May 25, 2018.

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Getting Up to Speed on GDPR

White Paper

The deadline for meeting the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is May 2018. This new regulation applies to any company doing business in Europe that collects or uses European personal data. Organizations need to demonstrate they are protecting that information in accordance with the requirements to avoid serious financial consequences.

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