Enterprise security: What’s new for the week of July 14th 2014

Here’s what’s new this week in HP Enterprise Security—We’ve got a lot of new blogs and some exciting news!

 

BIG NEWS: HP Awarded Frost & Sullivan Award

HP Security Research and HP TippingPoint are awarded Company of the Year, from Frost & Sullivan, for setting the industry benchmark among security research organizations. Check out the Frost & Sullivan microsite, as well as our blog, for more information.

 

Without the combined efforts of our security research team, the HP Zero-Day Initiative (ZDI) and the security intelligence work of our DVLabs team, we couldn’t keep delivering this industry-leading secret sauce that keeps knocking out attacks!  

 

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New blogs for this week

 

This week’s  Zero Day Filters released

Vendor: Avaya

  • 16466: HTTP: Avaya IP Office Customer Call Reporter Unrestricted File Upload Vulnerability (ZDI-12-106)

 

Vendor: Cisco

  • 16456: HTTPS: Cisco Security Agent File Upload Vulnerability (ZDI-11-088)

 


Click here for additional information on HP Security Research, HP TippingPoint or HP TippingPoint DVLabs.

And don’t forget to join us at HP Protect, September 8-11, in Washington, D.C! 

 

HP TippingPoint Network Security solutions

When every second matters, HP TippingPoint delivers industry-leading security intelligence powered by HP TippingPoint DVLabs—keeping you ahead of the threats. With simple, reliable and effective products including TippingPoint Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (IPS),  TippingPoint Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW), and the TippingPoint Security Management System, we are on your side, delivering proactive network security protection.  Learn more about how HP TippingPoint can help you with your network security solutions.

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