Tripwire Connect: A New Security Configuration Management for Business Intelligence
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Understanding security risks is an essential and foremost step to adhere, for the enterprise-wide security and compliance risk management system. In today’s time, this task is increasingly difficult and intricate. Tripwire Connect, a visualization and reporting platform has recently been launched by security and compliance solution provider, Tripwire. The firm adversely delivers immediate and detailed visibility into an organization’s endpoint security posture and ensures to correlate and align corporate objectives with security and compliance controls.
Tripwire Connect comprises of a wide range of flexible and customizable reporting templates. It includes executive reports and dashboards to align business objectives with security and compliance controls while also provide a comprehensive understanding of security and compliance risks. Furthermore, it offers change activity and compliance, file integrity monitoring and asset management reports to provide business intelligence on endpoint changes outside the authorized process and designated windows. “The ability to extract actionable intelligence from the increasing volume, velocity and variety of security data is a critical weapon in the fight against cyber crime,” says Kurt Baker, Director of Product Management, Tripwire.
Tripwire Connect helps chief information security officers (CISOs) and IT security analysts with an appropriate approach to minimize the chance of cyber attack, and assure system integrity across all enterprise endpoints and IT infrastructure. The new software transforms security data into business intelligence and aligns business objectives with security and compliance control. “In order to respond to malicious activity, organizations must have the ability to quickly investigate suspicious endpoint changes. With Tripwire Connect, corporate security executives and security teams now have the ability to interact with the latest trend information customized to their needs,” added Kurt Baker.
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