Tripwire today announced that key products now discover more than 90,000 conditions, including vulnerabilities, configurations and operating systems, and more than 14,000 applications. Tripwire delivers the broadest coverage in the industry.
The company’s solutions ensure that assets on customer networks are accurately and comprehensively profiled, evaluated for vulnerabilities and audited for compliant configurations.
Tripwire provides the most timely vulnerability intelligence through the company’s Vulnerability and Exposure Research Team (VERT), dedicating world-class security and vulnerability researchers, a state-of-the-art lab and unwavering attention to the changing threat environment.
Tripwire’s VERT identifies emerging vulnerabilities, creating unique detection signatures that are constantly updated in Tripwire vulnerability and risk management solutions — delivering unprecedented vulnerability discovery coverage.
Tripwire’s VERT protects customers with an exclusive 24-hour Microsoft Security Advisory Service Level Agreement. Within 24 hours of a Microsoft advisory, Tripwire updates signatures to find the new vulnerabilities. This guarantee is unique in the industry and is only available to Tripwire customers.
Recent updates include expanded coverage for the following:
- Tivoli Storage Manager
- Tivoli Endpoint Manager
- Tivoli Security Utilities
- Tivoli Netcool
- IBM DB2
Tripwire’s VERT is comprised of experienced security engineers and researchers who scour the globe looking for the latest public and private vulnerabilities. Once vulnerabilities are identified, VERT writes vulnerability signature detection algorithms that are included in Tripwire IP360, Tripwire Configuration Compliance Manager, PureCloud Enterprise, and SecureCheq™.
“VERT is constantly developing new coverage in response to changing threat conditions and customer requests,” said Lamar Bailey, director of security research and development for Tripwire.
“Our expanded Tivoli and IBM DB2 coverage delivers on what our customers have requested, and the new coverage areas fit perfectly with our ongoing efforts to provide the most comprehensive threat coverage available.”