Tripwire to Offer Cybersecurity Platform Through AWS Public Sector Partnership

Jeff Brody

Tripwire has started to offer cybersecurity technology offerings to the government as a member of Amazon Web Services' Public Sector Partner Program.

The IP360 vulnerability management platform is now available for purchase by agencies on the AWS marketplace, Tripwire said Wednesday.

IP360 uses an architecture designed to help organizations secure high-risk enterprise assets in data centers and cloud computing environments. The offering is built to support container and DevOps systems.

Tripwire holds an advanced technology partner status within the AWS partner network.

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