Verve Security Center Case Study

Tripwire, a leading provider of advanced threat, security and compliance solutions, recently featured the Verve Security Center, in a case study. The study highlights the “plug and play” capability, which easily enables our clients to integrate best-in-class solutions into Verve’s centralized management console.

According to Adam Brewer, Director of Business Development, “The decision to integrate Tripwire CCM into our flagship product, the Verve Security Center, was a very easy one: Most of our clients already have it in their current infrastructure so it allows us to leverage their current environment.”

The Verve Security Center is a centralized security suite that consolidates multiple cyber security technologies into a unified management console. Instead of developing our own proprietary technologies, we decided on a hybrid approach to leverage best of breed products. Extensive research, product review and evaluation helped us compile a list of the highest rated cyber security technologies.

To read the entire study, please visit Case Study.

About Verve:

Verve is a world-class engineering firm specializing in industrial control systems, cyber security and technical services. Since 1994, Verve and its predecessor, Rkneal, have successfully completed several intricate control system projects ranging from complete migrations, upgrades and conversions from older legacy systems to modern controls.

Our engineers have worked with every major DCS, PLC and SCADA system currently on the market. This broad range of control system expertise allows us to offer the best solution without bias toward a particular control system vendor. Learn more at rkneal.com.

About Tripwire

Tripwire is a leading provider of advanced threat, security and compliance solutions that enable enterprises, service providers
and government agencies to confidently detect, prevent and respond to cybersecurity threats. Tripwire solutions are based
on high-fidelity asset visibility and deep endpoint intelligence combined with business-context, and enable security automation
through enterprise integration. Learn more at tripwire.com.


ICSJWG 2015 Fall Meeting

Rkneal is exhibiting at the Industrial Control Systems Joint Working Group (ICSJWG) Fall Meeting October 27-29 in Savannah, Georgia. This event will include two and a half days of interactions and discussions through keynote speakers, practical demonstrations, plenary and breakout presentations, plenary and breakout panels, lightning round talks, and non-classified briefings. This is also the first year that ICSJWG will have a Vendor Expo.

The Meeting provides an opportunity for government professionals (federal, state, local, tribal, and international), control systems vendors and systems integrators, research and development and academic professionals, and asset-owners and operators to network with cyber security peers and stay abreast of the latest initiatives impacting security for industrial control systems and our critical infrastructure.

For more information on this event, please visit ICSJWG Fall Meeting.