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This article is part of the July 2005 issue of Why business managers are a breed of security professional
Tripwire's Enterprise 5.0 Tripwire Price: Server, $3,999; $595 per agent; $125 per agentless device Originally published: June 2005 Poor change management and operator error leave systems vulnerable to attack—and can bring them down as surely as any hacker. Effective change control is also critical to the increasingly stringent demands of security audits and regulatory compliance. Tripwire Enterprise 5.0 helps organizations take control of their networks, improving compliance, availability and security, and constantly monitoring servers and network devices (firewalls, routers and switches) through a combination of agent and agentless detection. Information is fed back to the Tripwire Enterprise Server and displayed in near real-time on a Web-based dashboard, and can also be used to generate reports on changes to monitored nodes. Detected changes, whether by operators, applications (such as patch management tools) or attackers, may be modifications to files and their content, configuration settings or system status. Notably, Tripwire Enterprise 5.0 doesn't ... Access >>>
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