Beat the bad guys at their own game: Attend HP Protect to build your plan

When it comes to network security, no one knows more about security flaws than the bad guys. They trade secrets day and night with a single-minded purpose: winning. Your applications, information, networks, and online payments are all at risk. To succeed today, security professionals have to be ahead of the game--they have to think like the bad guys.   On September 8-11, HP will once again be hosting HP Protect in Washington, D.C.  This is your opportunity to protect 0214.pngcollaborate with nearly 1,500 security professionals to jointly identify primary targets, predict vulnerabilities, trade threat secrets, and determine how to relentlessly attack adversaries--learning how to better disrupt threats or mitigate their severity. 

 

  • Learn from nearly 150 breakout sessions and turbo talks 
  • Gain insight into application security, information security, network security, and payment security
  • Network with nearly 1,500 security professionals in receptions, lunches, and the conference party (featuring the Counting Crows!)
  • See what HP offers from hands-on demos, new product previews, a mock SOC and onsite service/support
  • Meet one-on-one with HP executives and security experts
  • Hear about additional solutions and offerings from event sponsors
  • Attend general sessions led by Brian Krebs and Kevin Poulsen

So go ahead, think like a bad guy. Learn more about HP Protect, and register here! We're looking forward to seeing you! 

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