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Achieving Continuous Monitoring with Security Automation

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An overview of continuous monitoring

Discusses federal requirements for continuing monitoring

Explains why it is critical for risk mitigation

Describes an effective continuous monitoring strategy that brings together data from different security controls in one place

Watch the webcast here: http://www.tripwire.com/register/achieving-continuous-monitoring-easily-with-security-automation/

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  • Tripwire Strategy – To deliver the world’s best software suite of integrated security controls to help global enterprises protect their critical data & infrastructure.
  • We all know these customers...Dozens of high-priority projects, budget shortfalls, employee turnover, competitive pressures... And then we add in regulatory compliance. This isn’t optional – they can’t tell the auditors “sorry we didn’t have the budget this year” (however true that might be). The last thing they want to do is devote scarce resources to complex tools that don’t really make their lives easier.What they need: simple automated solutions which reduce their workload and help them achieve and prove compliance.Let’s take a look at one of the most basic requirements: device/activity logging.What are the factors that make it challenging to maintain compliance? Lack of visibility; complexity of environments; demanding reporting requirements. We’re in a position to help with all three of these.
  • We all know these customers...Dozens of high-priority projects, budget shortfalls, employee turnover, competitive pressures... And then we add in regulatory compliance. This isn’t optional – they can’t tell the auditors “sorry we didn’t have the budget this year” (however true that might be). The last thing they want to do is devote scarce resources to complex tools that don’t really make their lives easier.What they need: simple automated solutions which reduce their workload and help them achieve and prove compliance.Let’s take a look at one of the most basic requirements: device/activity logging.What are the factors that make it challenging to maintain compliance? Lack of visibility; complexity of environments; demanding reporting requirements. We’re in a position to help with all three of these.
  • We all know these customers...Dozens of high-priority projects, budget shortfalls, employee turnover, competitive pressures... And then we add in regulatory compliance. This isn’t optional – they can’t tell the auditors “sorry we didn’t have the budget this year” (however true that might be). The last thing they want to do is devote scarce resources to complex tools that don’t really make their lives easier.What they need: simple automated solutions which reduce their workload and help them achieve and prove compliance.Let’s take a look at one of the most basic requirements: device/activity logging.What are the factors that make it challenging to maintain compliance? Lack of visibility; complexity of environments; demanding reporting requirements. We’re in a position to help with all three of these.
  • We all know these customers...Dozens of high-priority projects, budget shortfalls, employee turnover, competitive pressures... And then we add in regulatory compliance. This isn’t optional – they can’t tell the auditors “sorry we didn’t have the budget this year” (however true that might be). The last thing they want to do is devote scarce resources to complex tools that don’t really make their lives easier.What they need: simple automated solutions which reduce their workload and help them achieve and prove compliance.Let’s take a look at one of the most basic requirements: device/activity logging.What are the factors that make it challenging to maintain compliance? Lack of visibility; complexity of environments; demanding reporting requirements. We’re in a position to help with all three of these.
  • We all know these customers...Dozens of high-priority projects, budget shortfalls, employee turnover, competitive pressures... And then we add in regulatory compliance. This isn’t optional – they can’t tell the auditors “sorry we didn’t have the budget this year” (however true that might be). The last thing they want to do is devote scarce resources to complex tools that don’t really make their lives easier.What they need: simple automated solutions which reduce their workload and help them achieve and prove compliance.Let’s take a look at one of the most basic requirements: device/activity logging.What are the factors that make it challenging to maintain compliance? Lack of visibility; complexity of environments; demanding reporting requirements. We’re in a position to help with all three of these.
  • We all know these customers...Dozens of high-priority projects, budget shortfalls, employee turnover, competitive pressures... And then we add in regulatory compliance. This isn’t optional – they can’t tell the auditors “sorry we didn’t have the budget this year” (however true that might be). The last thing they want to do is devote scarce resources to complex tools that don’t really make their lives easier.What they need: simple automated solutions which reduce their workload and help them achieve and prove compliance.Let’s take a look at one of the most basic requirements: device/activity logging.What are the factors that make it challenging to maintain compliance? Lack of visibility; complexity of environments; demanding reporting requirements. We’re in a position to help with all three of these.
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