Enterprise Security: What's new for the week of June 23rd 2014

Here’s what’s new this week in HP Enterprise Security!

New blogs!

Every week, the HP Security Products team posts new blogs! Want it added to your RSS feed? Follow these steps from your Outlook:

  1. Click the File tab.
  2. Click Account Settings>Account Settings.
  3. On the RSS Feeds tab, click New.
  4. In the New RSS Feed dialog box, type: http://h30499.www3.hp.com/hpeb/rss/board?board.id=sws-22
  5. Click Add.
  6. Click OK.

All new HP Security Products blog posts will go directly to your Outlook under your RSS folder (accessible in your left-hand rail).

New SANS webinar

Organizations may have dozens of sensors watching for malicious activity on their networks. Yet, attackers continue to evade them. In a recent SANS survey on Network Security, 24% of 439 respondents who say they'd experienced breaches don't even know duration of attacks, while 13% experienced attacks that lasted up to a month before detection.

In this webcast, we discuss how to leverage your security investments to pull this type of information into your IPS for a more intelligent and efficient response. 

This week’s  Zero Day Filters released

Vendor: Agilent

•         16271: ZDI-CAN-2279

Vendor: Microsoft

•         16285: ZDI-CAN-2370

•         16284: ZDI-CAN-2365

•         16283: ZDI-CAN-2364

•         16281: ZDI-CAN-2356

Vendor: Panasonic

•         16282: ZDI-CAN-2357

Vendor: Sophos

•         16272: ZDI-CAN-2327

•         16273: ZDI-CAN-2328

•         16274: ZDI-CAN-2329

•         16275: ZDI-CAN-2330

•         16276: ZDI-CAN-2331

•         16277: ZDI-CAN-2332

Vendor: Samsung

•         16279: ZDI-CAN-2355

Click here for additional information on HP TippingPoint or HP TippingPoint DVLabs.

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