Improving OSSEC Manageability, Security, and Compliance with Atomic Enterprise OSSEC

Posted on by Charles Gold

With more than 500,000 downloads per year and hundreds of thousands of active installs, OSSEC is the world’s most widely used open source host-based intrusion detection system (HIDS).  OSSEC is used by organizations in virtually every industry and geography to meet critical security and compliance requirements both on-premise and in the cloud. The open source […]

Leveraging OSSEC for Cloud Compliance and Security

Posted on by sshinn

Moving to the cloud presents a host of security and compliance responsibilities for enterprise security and IT teams.  While cloud providers handle hardware and infrastructure, cloud workloads themselves must be secured by the enterprise. Traditional on-premise controls and network security don’t work in the perimeter-less virtual environment of the public cloud. OSSEC offers a free […]

Podcast: Why Do Hackers Hack? It’s Not Why You Think

Posted on by cody woods

Why do hackers want to break in? It’s a question that has been asked in lots of different ways. From why would they want to? Why would they care? And this is a really good question to ask yourself and to try and understand because often times people tend to look at what they’re protecting […]

Podcast: What Is File Integrity Monitoring (FIM)?

Posted on by cody woods

File Integrity Monitoring is designed to notify you when files have changed on a system. It was one of the very first security detection capabilities in existence and is almost as old as passwords. FIM for PCI DSS Compliance and Other Security Protocols FIM has also been incorporated into many regulatory and security protocols. Mike […]