When it comes to FIM (File Integrity Monitoring) and secure configuration management. there are two main solution vendors worth considering. Tripwire Enterprise and NNT Change Tracker. Both have impressive existing customer rosters and reputations; are multi-million pound businesses and have an international presence. But which solution is better?
This week has seen the release of a new baseline of mandatory cyber security requirements for UK government departments. Known as the Minimum Cyber Security Standard, it creates a minimum set of measures which all government departments will need to adhere to, although the hope is that as a baseline, they will in fact seek to exceed these at all times.
Now that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is live and enforced, the focus has shifted from how to comply with how to maintain the controls and processes which have been implemented. While this may just seem like a continuation of what has been achieved already, it is in actual fact a moment to improve. Those processes and changes which were rushed or not properly embedded into day-to-day operations will now need to be cultivated amongst staff for the long haul.
Is the board listening? We all know that GDPR will be enforced from 25th May 2018, but is your board aware of their new privacy obligations? While there is substantial GDPR coverage in the technical press, has the message got through to senior management? Are their preparations adequate?