HP TippingPoint and Damballa: Enhanced perimeter protection against advanced threats

Each time you add new software or devices to your network, you create a new opportunity for hackers to sneak into your system and compromise your network security. To keep your organization safe, you need a collaborative security strategy that defends against advanced threats, such as malware and botnet attacks. Staying ahead of persistent adversaries is critical—simple detect-and-block tactics no longer keep you protected. 

 

With that in mind, HP has created a webinar to show how HP TippingPoint network security--with our Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) and  next-generation firewall--works in conjunction with Damballa to provide your organization with enhanced perimeter protection against todays most advanced threats.

 

Attend this webinar to learn how:

  • HP TippingPoint Security Management System works with Damballa to provide an advanced layer of protection
  • Damballa uses the HP TippingPoint Advanced Threat application programming interface (API) to alert HP TippingPoint to infected devices in your network
  • HP TippingPoint block identified threats at wire speed

 

The protection of your data is crucial—and HP TippingPoint is here to help. View the webinar here.

 

Click here to learn more about HP TippingPoint, and be sure to register for HP Protect 2014—a symposium of the world’s best security intelligence!

 

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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