Why Tripwire?
Because IT Security is in our DNA

There’s no shortage of IT security solutions to choose from. So what makes them different? For Tripwire, the difference is part of our DNA. We delivered industry-trusted security solutions, starting with file integrity monitoring, long before IT security was a priority. We’ve continued to evolve our products to meet the challenges posed by today’s threat environment. That’s why thousands of customers worldwide rely on Tripwire to protect their critical IT infrastructure and data.

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Why Tripwire

Tripwire takes an approach to IT security that’s different. We don’t just collect and store reams of security data. We apply built-in intelligence to it, combine data from multiple security controls, and give you insight into the state of your infrastructure. That lets you take the actions you need to protect your valuable systems and data.

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Our Customers

Almost all executive branch agencies of the U.S. federal government and half the Fortune 500 turn to Tripwire for their IT security and compliance needs. With thousands of customers in nearly 100 countries, there’s a reason why more organizations are turning to Tripwire.

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Tripwire ensures that you get the most value from our solutions through world-class technical and customer support. Our Customer Services packages get you up and running in no time. Our consultants can help you meet specific IT security and compliance needs. And our support services rank among the highest.

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Our experience using it has proven Tripwire VIA to be the right choice. It's a powerful tool. There are so many possibilities and so much it can do. We want to take full advantage of it.


With Tripwire, we achieved more security and compliance without taxing our resources. We're now looking at other areas in our system where we can put the change management capabilities in Tripwire Enterprise to use. I'm sure the list will be long.

Justin Webb, Information Security Officer, Marquette University