At Source Conference in Boston last month, I sat down several times with Tripwire CTO Dwayne Melancon. Our discussion centered around his work with the development and engineering teams at Tripwire, their use of open source components, the future roadmap for Tripwire and Dwayne’s vision for placing business context around incident response. We start the discussion with an overview of Tripwire.
00:43 Overview of Tripwire
04:27 Tool chain at Tripwire
06:14 Use of Open Source Components
09:10 Roadmap for Tripwire
11:03 Business Context Around Incident Response
About Dwayne Melancon
I was a contributor to both the Visible Ops Handbook and Visible Ops Security Handbook, working with authors Gene Kim, Kevin Behr, and George Spafford. As part of this effort, I have worked as a researcher with Carnegie Mellon’s SEI, the University of Florida, and the IT Process Institute in their studies and benchmarking of IT best practices. I work with numerous corporations around the world on IT service management improvement and IT security, and have teamed with the Institute of Internal Auditors in its pursuit of Generally Accepted IT Principles.
As a frequent, highly-rated speaker at national and regional itSMF, ISACA, ISSA, IIA and other industry events, I present on how to achieve world-class IT results. Using a framework of essential IT controls, I provide operations, security, and audit audiences with prescriptive steps they can take to improve IT change policies, procedures and systems.