Tripwire CTO to Moderate Data Breach Panel at RSA Conference Europe 2013

LONDON, UK — October 17, 2013 Tripwire, today announced that Dwayne Melancon, CTO for Tripwire, will moderate a panel discussion at RSA Conference Europe 2013. The event takes place October 29-31, 2013, at Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre in The Netherlands.

Data breaches can have devastating effects on businesses, customer confidence and the marketplace. Despite severe repercussions, there is no overarching European Union law that requires firms to alert regulators or provide public disclosure when they suffer a breach. During this panel discussion, Melancon and others will examine a variety of data breaches in order to provide attendees with practical security lessons and advice gleaned from real security incidents.

Panel members include Javvad Malik, senior analyst, enterprise security practice, for 451 Research; Brian Honan, CEO of BH Consulting and IRISSCERT; and Quentyn Taylor, director of EMEA information security for Canon Europe.

What:  Breach-Aholic Anonymous – What Can We Learn From Data Breaches?
Who: Dwayne Melancon, chief technology officer, Tripwire, Inc.
When: October 30, 2013, 3:30 – 4:20 p.m.
Where: RSA Conference Europe 2013, Amsterdam

About Tripwire, Inc.

Tripwire is a leading global provider of risk-based security and compliance management solutions, enabling enterprises, government agencies and service providers to effectively connect security to their business. Tripwire provides the broadest set of foundational security controls including security configuration management, vulnerability management, file integrity monitoring, log and event management. Tripwire solutions deliver unprecedented visibility, business context and security business intelligence allowing extended enterprises to protect sensitive data from breaches, vulnerabilities, and threats. Learn more at, get security news, trends and insights at or follow us on Twitter @TripwireInc

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