Tripwire is a leading provider of endpoint detection and response, security, compliance and IT operation solutions for enterprises, service providers and government agencies. Tripwire solutions are based on high-fidelity asset visibility and deep endpoint intelligence combined with business context; together these solutions integrate and automate security and IT operations. Tripwire’s portfolio of enterprise-class solutions includes configuration and policy management, file integrity monitoring, vulnerability management, log management, and reporting and analytics.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Belden
HQ
Portland, US
Founded
1997
Tripwire was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Portland, US
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Key People/Management at Tripwire

Dhrupad Trivedi

Dhrupad Trivedi

President, Industrial IT

Tripwire Office Locations

Tripwire has an office in Portland
Portland, US (HQ)
1500 101 SW Main St
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Tripwire Financials and Metrics

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In total, Tripwire had raised $29 m. Tripwire is a subsidiary of Belden
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Tripwire News and Updates

Killing Floor 2 gets endless mode in upcoming Infinite Onslaught add-on

Tripwire Interactive has maintained excitement for its cooperative Killing Floor 2 shooter through regular updates, and that is continuing with the Infinite Onslaught patch that is due out before the end of the month. This new content features a much requested endless mode and more, and it will hit …

The 2000s-era mod scene prepared Killing Floor dev for living games

Games are transitioning to ongoing platforms and away from packaged product releases. This is the live-services trend, and it’s something that every blockbuster publisher is talking about as the future of making games. For developer Tripwire Interactive, the studio responsible for cooperative shoote…

Many businesses lack proper plan for alerting customers to a data breach

This is despite GDPR being clear that organisations need to notify victims of a data breach within 72 hours.

Security pros only look to patch vulnerabilities within 30 days

Hackers will always go for the 'low hanging fruit' first - the old, known, unpatched vulnerabilities.

Majority of organisations lack patching urgency with GDPR knocking

Organisations should not be willing to let any unnecassary time pass when a vulnerability can be patched, many more should be leveraging automation technology. The post Majority of organisations lack patching urgency with GDPR knocking appeared first on Computer Business Review.

Foundational controls: The key to defending against cyberattacks

In the face of the immense growth of cyberattacks, it is now imperative that organisations have a good understanding of today’s threatscape and deploy the correct security controls to ensure their digital assets are comprehensively protected.
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