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How to Protect Your Critical Assets from Malware

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How to Protect Your Critical Assets from Malware

Tripwire Malware Detection supplements the core FIM, SCM and foundational controls of Tripwire Enterprise.

No industry is spared from the damage threat actors inflict through malware, and their tactics and techniques are continually evolving to outpace detection methods. You can now reap the benefits of advanced malware detection to protect critical assets from attack using Tripwire Malware Detection.

Tripwire® Malware Detection supplements the core file integrity monitoring, security configuration management, and foundational controls of Tripwire Enterprise. Download this datasheet to learn how Tripwire Malware Detection:

  • Provides protection against known threats and zero-day exploits
  • Delivers immediate notifications within the Tripwire Enterprise console
  • Offers enterprise view of suspicious malware objects across all monitored systems
  • Protects from repeat malware attacks by keeping track of known malware
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