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Create Trust in Your Systems with Tripwire Enterprise

94% of unauthorized data access is through compromised servers. 90% of breaches are attributed to known and fixable vulnerabilities. It has never been more important to know your assets and how they’re configured. Organizations are turning to prescriptive guidance from proven sources, such as: The Center for Internet Security’s (CIS) Benchmarks National Institute of Standards and Technology’s...
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Industrial Cybersecurity - What You Don't Know Might Hurt You

Getting a clear assessment of your assets is the first step toward developing a mature OT network or control system. A well maintained asset inventory allows your organization to quickly manage risk affecting your operations availability, reliability and safety. Industrial environments often need to map assets to NIST, ITIL, ISO, COBIT or process automation standards like ANSI/ISA99-IEC-62443. You can achieve significant efficiency improvement and save time within industrial environments by automating asset management instead of following manual spreadsheet processes. Cyber security experts David Meltzer, Chief Research Officer at Tripwire, Tony Gore, CEO at Red Trident Inc., and John Powell, Senior Critical Infrastructure Engineer at Red Trident Inc., will discuss the practical 1-2-3 basics of industrial cyber security and how to get started automating asset management. Attendees will also learn how to build an effective strategy for protecting industrial assets - networks, endpoints and controllers. Key Takeaways: Learn how to automate and simplify the inventory process and secure your assets Understand what cyber security standards may apply to your unique environment Hear real-world tips on how to prioritize and work across functional silos within your company Receive an industrial cyber security assessment checklist to help gauge your starting point
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Leveraging Change Control for Security

Implementing IT changes is imperative to the infrastructure of a business, but it can also open the door to breaches, viruses and malware, such as ransomware. So, how can organizations manage change effectively, maintain compliance and still reduce security risk? One answer lies in change management across your IT systems. Join Jeff Lawson, Sr. Director, Product Management at Tripwire, and Geoff...
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How Point-of-Sale Malware Works with Video Demo

Recently, we have seen increasingly sophisticated criminal syndicates targeting retailers. These groups have successfully compromised networks, exploited point-of-sale systems and exfiltrated massive amounts of credit card data from well-known retailers, including Target and more recently Home Depot, amongst many others. One of the key weapons in these criminal groups’ arsenal is customized...
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How to Protect Against the Ransomware Epidemic

Ransomware has developed from a niche attack to a booming criminal market over the last year because the simple, turn-key business model behind ransomware infections doesn’t require any real technical skill to execute. As a result ransomware will continue to evolve and will continue to escalate for the foreseeable future. The good news is that there are simple steps you can take today using...
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How to Balance NERC CIPv6 vs. CIPv5 Compliance (and Why it Matters)

The extension of the NERC CIPv5 deadline to July 2016 means that registered entities have gained a small window of time for their compliance projects, but they now face a combined compliance deadline for CIPv5 and CIPv6 in July. Join Nick Santora, CEO of Curricula, and Tim Erlin, Director of IT Risk & Security Strategist at Tripwire, for a discussion on the potential impact of CIPv6 on your...
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Cyber Kill Chain: Detecting Human Indicators of Compromise

Your organization’s greatest assets are also its greatest threat: People. Your greatest risk is those you trust. Last year, more than a third of data breaches were perpetrated by a malicious insider, such as an employee, contractor or trusted business partner. On average, an attack by an insider is also more likely to cost the most, averaging $412K per incident. The intentions of these insiders...