What's Good for Security Is Good for Operations: Why Configuration Assessment Followed by Change Auditing Is Key to Operational Stability
sponsored by Tripwire, Inc.

Network administrators and IT managers know that the ramifications of one small change to a company's critical servers or network devices-such as routers, switches, and firewalls-depend on whether the change is desired or not.

Without a way to know when change occurs and whether it's desired, not desired, accidental, benign, malicious, intentional, or originating from inside or outside, IT teams have few options for preventing negative consequences and minimizing damage.

Download this paper and learn:

  • How one minor, unapproved change can turn into a major disaster
  • How configuration audit and control solutions can help demonstrate IT compliance to regulations and policies, enhance security, and increase IT availability
  • How configuration auditing helps conserve the IT organization's most valuable resource - its staff
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