Tripwire Adds Google Cloud Support, FIM to Cloud Management Solution
Compliance & security solutions provider Tripwire adds Google Cloud Platform support & file integrity monitoring to its Cloud Management Assessor solution.
Tripwire Survey: 72% of Retailers Lack a Fully Tested Breach Response Plan
Most retailers aren’t ready to manage cyberattacks, an IT security pros study by threat detection solutions provider Tripwire & Dimensional Research shows.
Tripwire Survey: 93% of IT Security Pros Concerned About Skills Gap
An IT security skills gap may force many companies to explore creative cybersecurity solutions, a new survey from Tripwire & Dimensional Research reveals.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 02 April 2021
Today’s MSSP, MDR, XDR & cybersecurity news involves Arup, Kastle Systems, MuleSoft, NTT Security, ReliaQuest, Salt Security & more.
Ivanti Acquires MobileIron, Pulse Secure for Endpoint Security Management
Ivanti is acquiring MobileIron ($MOBL) & Pulse Secure for unified endpoint management (UEM) & mobile endpoint security. Private equity firms Clearlake Capital & TA Associates own Ivanti.
Cloud Security: How Organizations Can Adopt Industry Best Practices
Tripwire’s Implementing Cloud Security Best Practices, August 2020 edition, examines progress organizations have made to secure their cloud environments.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 18 June 2020
Today’s MSSP news involves Belden, Bitglass, BlackBerry Optics, Cisco Duo Security, FireEye, ForeScout, Fortinet, Hirschmann, McAfee CASB, Palo Alto Networks, Tripwire, Uptycs & more.
Pulse Secure Hires BlackBerry, McAfee Veteran as Chief Revenue Officer
Secure access solutions provider Pulse Secure hires BlackBerry & McAfee veteran Alex Thurber as chief revenue officer (CRO). MSSP partnerships are a key focus area.
NIST Ransomware Detection and Response Guide: Call for Comments
NIST draft guide shows MSSPs, MSPs & CISOs how to detect & respond to ransomware & other destructive events. Public comment period closes February 26.
Federal Workers Can Sue Over Data Breach, Court Says
Two class action lawsuits, in which federal workers claimed they were harmed by a personal data breach, can proceed, a court of appeals has ruled.