How to Restore Trust After a Breach

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Tripwire’s Chief Technology Officer, Dwayne Melancon, shared how to achieve trust after a data breach in this increasingly relevant webcast.

He covered crucial questions, such as:

- Which systems can be trusted?

- What is the extent of the compromise?

- How quickly can you attain situational awareness?

Dwayne also provided participants with an approach to restore trust in your critical systems after a data breach, following five steps:

- Know what you have and prioritize by risk levels

- Define what “good” looks like

- Harvest system state information from your production systems

- Perform a reference node variance analysis to identify compromised systems

- Remove suspect systems from the environment and return to a trustworthy state

Also, for a good primer for the webcast, check out Melancon’s recent article Target and Restoring Trust After a Data Breach…

This slide deck accompanies the following archived webcast available here:

https://tripwire.com/register/how-to-restore-trust-after-a-breach/

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  • Another approach is what we call ‘Traditional Configuration Assessment,’ which can bring you up to compliance rapidly, but if changes happen after, you have no visibility or control of those changes, and it’s only when you do another scan where you will get back into compliance. And even the highest performing organizations do these ‘mega-scans’ once a month at best! The frequency of assessing IT configurations opens the door to risk and potential security breaches.
  • Thank you for your questionsThanks again to Charles Kolodgy from IDC for joining us today and sharing his thoughts on Vulnerability Management, and thanks to all of you for attending.We hope that you found the presentation informative and interesting. Remember to rate and comment on this webcast, in the Ratings section. And be on the lookout for an email from me with the on-demand link to this event. Have a great week!
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