Expand your security knowledge with HP Enterprise Security at HP Discover

From securing your cloud with HP Atalla Cloud Encryption to automatically sharing threat intelligence, HP Enterprise Security has got you covered. Here is a sampling of sessions available to you:

 

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Protect your sensitive data--Learn to think like a bad guy

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Fighting next-generation adversaries and automatically sharing threat intelligence

TB3960

Enable dynamic threat protection across enterprise software-defined networks

BB3522

The bad guys are already in your networks: What are you doing about it?

BB3525

Software Security goes mobile

TB3966

Strengthen network defenses through collaboration, intelligence sharing, and threat analysis

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The fastest search engine on the planet for unifying security and IT operations

TB3093

Use HP Fortify to measure success in application security testing

TB3226

Enabling deception networks with HP Software-defined Networking

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Secure your cloud with HP Atalla Cloud Encryption

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Challenges of managing Big Data for log management, security, and IT ops: Use cases from free third-party apps

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Playing chess with threat actors: How ArcSight can increase your threat visibility and help you anticipate your opponent’s moves

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Top ten use cases of ArcSight—From log management to security to IT operations

 

Learn from the best in security, get your questions answered, and talk to others with the same concerns. Get in before these sessions are full! See the full list of security sessions here.

 

We’re looking forward to seeing you at HP Discover, June 10-12 in Las Vegas. Let’s talk security!

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