It's time to secure your enterprise

As time passes, the difficulty and complexity of enterprise security grows greater. But, when armed with the right information, organizations can significantly reduce their attack surface, substantially mitigate risks, and prevent the losses and damages associated with successful attacks.


To that end, we examined the areas that notably contributed to the growing attack surface in 2013. The result is the HP Cyber Risk Report. This comprehensive report examines the specific items that leave organizations vulnerable to attack. It's the culmination of a year's worth of real-world testing of applications (both traditional and mobile) and research conducted by the HP Security Research group (HPSR) in multiple areas of focus. It examines both the cyberrisk.pngnature of the vulnerabilities that leave organizations unsafe (the organization’s “attack surface”) and how adversaries currently abuse those vulnerabilities. It challenges readers to think specifically about how their organization is most likely to be attacked—and how to best allocate security funds to counter those threats.


At HP Discover 2014 in Las Vegas, we will be conducting a session titled, “DT3529: Cyber Risk Report,” where you learn which attacks hackers most often employ, the latest information revealed by security research, and other important insights into the current vulnerability landscape.


HP Discover takes place June 10-12 in Las Vegas.  Also, be sure to review the entire list of security topics from which you can begin to compose your personal schedule. HP Discover is the ultimate technology event where thousands of IT professionals like you, gather to learn, connect, and grow.

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